Volunteering Opportunity: Place and Design Panel – West Dunbartonshire Council

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Are you passionate about the importance of place making and the role of good design in our built environment? Are you willing to contribute your expertise and enthusiasm to making a difference to design quality in West Dunbartonshire?

West Dunbartonshire Council is looking for people to join their Place and Design Panel; a new venture in early engagement and impartial, objective dialogue with upcoming development. The Place and Design Panel will play a key role in raising the quality of design development, improving the health, well-being, aspirations and economic fortunes of West Dunbartonshire.

Applicants would be joining at an exciting time with a number of our waterfront sites being progressed such as; Queens Quay, the historic former home of the John Brown’s Shipyard which built ships such as the QE2, Queen Mary; and Dumbarton Waterfront set in the shadow of Dumbarton Castle and Rock.

The Council is looking for inspiring professionals, experienced professionals or those recently retired in the following professions; architecture, urban design, landscape architecture, town planning, civil/structural engineering, sustainability and planning.

Find out more here. 

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