Design experts needed for Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Design experts are being sought to join a panel looking at the development of the London 2012 Olympic Park, which reopens next month as the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

The Olympic Park
The Olympic Park

The London Legacy Development Corporation is looking for experts on public space and landscape design, sustainability and inclusive design, as well as housing design, to assess new developments in the park.

The Quality Review Panel currently comprises 16 members – including architects Alex Ely and Julia Barfield – and a further six members are sought.

Peter Studdert, chairman of the QRP, says, ‘We assess design quality in the round and don’t just look at the aesthetic appearance of proposals, so we’re looking for people from a wide range of disciplines who can make a positive contribution to our work.’

The deadline for applications is 5 July, and those who wish to apply should send a CV and covering letter to LLDC@fortismere-associates.co.uk.

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