Scott Carroll


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My professional life as a landscape architect started out with visionary Urban Renaissance projects working with Will Alsop, through to winning the international Peoples’ Playground Competition that re-imagined Blackpool’s Seafront.

More recently I have been leading the design of public realm and roofscapes for Stratford Waterfront, East Bank, London’s largest cultural investment since the Festival of Britain and Southbank. Located on the edge of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the project creates new outposts for Sadler’s Wells, University of the Arts London’s London College of Fashion, V&A and BBC.

I have also been working with Great Ormond Street Hospital to establish a new standard for the UK’s city hospital streets by transforming the polluted street adjacent to the hospital into a safer, healthier, child-friendly place.


What’s been your proudest moment since joining LDA Design?

Being involved with the design of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

The last book I read was …

'The Horse' by Wendy Williams, chronicling the 56-million-year journey of horses alongside man and how both adapted to survive in the face of a changing world.

I love the view from …

The clifftop Minack Theatre looking out to sea on a balmy summer evening.

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