Design-focussed consultancy Frame Projects manages design and quality review panels on behalf of several councils and companies, and there are opportunities to get involved in this work – including for experts in landscape, ecology, low-carbon design, and more

Espérance Bridge by Moxon Architects and Arup. Photo by Simon Kennedy

Frame Projects is welcoming applications from built environment experts to join design and quality review panels.

There are opportunities on several panels, including those Frame Projects manages on behalf of the London Boroughs of Barking and Dagenham, Camden, Ealing, Havering, and Redbridge; the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea; Epping Forest District; Harlow and Gilston Garden Town; and HS2 Limited.

Many of these companies and councils are keen to strengthen the climate and sustainability expertise on the review panels. As well as looking for experts with engineering backgrounds, Frame Projects are particularly keen to hear from urban designers and other professionals who can demonstrate a track record of innovation in:

  • sustainability and low-carbon design
  • landscape and ecology
  • architecture (especially housing and mixed-use)
  • town planning and urban design
  • heritage / working with historic buildings
  • inclusive design (especially in transport and public realm)
  • mixed-use development
  • co-location of industrial and residential
  • commercial development / design leadership
  • transport planning / active travel
  • bridge design and engineering
  • garden town stewardship

They welcome applications from candidates working in other relevant disciplines. Frame Projects are also hoping to improve the diversity of their panels, and encourage applications from women and people from Black, Asian, and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, who are currently underrepresented in the construction industry.

Applications close at 5.00pm on Monday 5 December 2022. If you’re interested in this opportunity, email for a recruitment pack and application form.


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