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New design panel appointed for Olympic Park legacy

The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) yesterday announced it had appointed a Quality Review Panel to help transform the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park after the 2012 Games.

The 16 member panel will review the fundamental design principles of the LLDC’s planning proposals both at pre-application stage and as part of the application process itself.

The panel will be chaired by Peter Studdert, adviser to English Heritage and design advisory body Design Council Cabe. First project to be reviewed will be the upcoming application for Chobham Manor.

LLDC will take on planning powers for the Park and surrounding area from October.

Quality Review Panel

Peter Studdert, Peter Studdert Planning
Edward Jones, Dixon Jones
Adam Khan, Adam Khan Architects
Alex Ely, Mae
Catherine Burd, Burd Haward Architects
John Lyall, Lyall Bills and Young Architects 
Julia Barfield, Marks Barfield Architects
Kirsten Henson, KLH Sustainability
Liam Bond, Platform
Lindsay Whitelaw, Lindsey Whitelaw Landscape Architect
Lucy Bullivant, independent architecture and design consultant
Neil Deely, Metropolitan Workshop
Peter Barber, Peter Barber Architects
Peter Lainson, LLDC Built Environment Access Panel chair

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