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Architects sought for Olympic Park legacy design panel

[The deadline for applications is 17.00 on 8 June] The London Legacy Development Corporation is on the hunt for architects for its quality review panel covering the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

The panel will provide informal advice and also formally review planning applications for the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the wider area covered by the development corporation.

12 to 15 members are required ‘with expertise in all aspects of design.’ Daily pay will range from £400 to £250 depending on role.  

London Legacy Development Corporation chief executive Andrew Altman said: ‘The future Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be a fantastic new part of London, a place for people to relax, to be entertained, to get involved as well as a place to live and work.

‘This is an opportunity to shape the design of the Park – we want our Park to have the highest possible standards of sustainability, awe-inspiring engineering and exemplary design. The Quality Design Panel will help us to achieve these aspirations.

‘We are looking for an exceptional group of people from a wide range of disciplines to apply to join the panel. Specifically we are seeking people with expertise in all aspects of design - architecture, urban design and landscape architecture - as well as sustainability, regeneration, urban sociology, economic viability and development delivery, to help us build a great new piece of the city.’

The panel will start in July 2012 and operate for four years. The park is set to open in phases from July 2013.



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