CALL FOR PROPOSALS: EMERGING EAST: DESIGN QUALITY CATALYSTS AROUND THE PARK

Deadline: noon 16th November 2012

Opportunity to deliver projects that showcase the role and quality of design within existing communities around the park.

This project is designed to nurture design quality, creative use, dialogue and activity that support local communities and shape design led regeneration and future connectivity with the Queen Elizabeth Olympic
Park. Submissions should be flexible enough to respond to opportunities identified in the ‘Dents in the Fence’ scoping and feasibility work.
Emerging design led practices working in the area or community groups supported by creative expertise are invited to submit proposals that meet the project objectives and showcase quality or change the perception of a place. These projects should showcase design and encourage positive discovery of the area. They should
be a catalyst for visible change which is locally owned and supported.

For significant projects (£10,000 – £40,000) anticipated delivery period is 6-12 months. Significant submissions will be assessed, and a small number selected by LLDC through our online
procurement portal Procure4London (P4L). . https://www.procure4london.com/

Catalyst proposals (costing £1,000 to £9,000) delivered in 3-6 months
Please submit all entries in PDF format, no larger than 5 MB in total to hannahlambert@londonlegacy.co.uk or Hannah Lambert, London Legacy Development Corporation, Level 10, 1 Stratford Place, Montfichet Road, London, E20 1EJ. Proposals will be marked against the project specification and evaluation criteria set out in this brief.

For further details see the document below

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