of the Cape Town 2004 Olympic Bid

The Strategic Environment Assessment (SEA) of Cape Town's Bid to host the 2004 Olympic Games is an independent investigation of issues of concern identified by members of the public and the professional team. The assessment process has involved a wide range of interested and affected parties and specialists. The Olympics Assessment Team released the final report of the SEA in August 1997. This site features an executive summary of their report.

Study Approach
The Bid Plan
Key Findings of the SEA
- Popular Expectations
- Assessing the Bid Proposals
- Opportunities and Limitations
- Risks of Hosting the Games
Overall Conclusions
Contact details
SEA in Brief

Posted by the Olympics Assessment Team of the Stategic Environmental Assessment of the Cape Town 2004 Olympic Bid.
Email inquiries to the team from this point, or refer to the contact details above.