The Legacy of London 2012
Thursday 13 October 2022
6.00 - 8.00pm
The Building Centre
London WC1E 7BT
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10 years on from London 2012 what is the lasting and positive legacy on the 2012 London games - Infrastructure, leisure and sport, expertise, sustainability? How can other cities learn from this? Has the movement changed during the upheavals of the last 2 years? Each panelist will say a few words about what they feel has been significant and, perhaps, where the impact was less than hoped, before opening up to audience discussion.
Sir John Armitt, National Infrastructure Commission and former Chairman of the Olympic Delivery Authority for 2012
Kay Hughes, Director of Design at HS2 and previously at the Olympic Delivery Authority
Dan Epstein, Useful Simple Trust and previously Head of Sustainable Development and Regeneration at ODA
Hugh Sumner, Sumner and Co. Previously Director of Transport ODA
Eleanor Fawcett, Head of Design, Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation and previously LLDC
Matthew Birchall BuroHappold Engineering, Global Sports and Entertainment.
Rosanna Lawes, Executive Director of Development, London Legacy Development Corporation
The Happold Foundation is working with the Engineering Club to run this ‘live’ event.