HASSELL appointed to London Legacy Development Corporation panel
HASSELL has been appointed to the London Legacy Development Corporation's specialist panel to assist with the design of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, UK.
The expert panel will offer a range of services to support and enhance the design quality of the Park and surrounding area, including new neighbourhoods, venues, parklands and public spaces. HASSELL have been selected onto the Landscape Architectural panel.
Andrew Altman, Chief Executive of the London Legacy Development Corporation, said, "The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be defined by high quality design running through the neighbourhoods, venues, parklands and public spaces. Legacy plans are further ahead than any previous Olympic host city and this is a great opportunity for architects and designers to help shape the future of the Park after the Games."
The Landscape Architectural panel which consists of a mix of small and local practices as well as the larger more established firms are:
_Churchman Landscape Architects
_J and L Gibbons
_Kinnear Landscape Architects Limited
_muf architecture/art LLP
The Legacy Corporation will issue mini-competitions to the panel for projects including the design for a new canal side park along Lee Navigation, design guidance for the five new neighbourhoods and support for development projects on the Park and surrounding areas.
Image courtesy of London Legacy Development Corporation
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