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2012 legacy body makes board appointments

The Olympic Park Legacy Company has made three new board appointments.

Duncan Innes becomes executive director of Real Estate, Niall McNevin director of planning and John Anderson chief advisor of major projects and infrastructure.

Andrew Altman, Chief Executive of the Olympic Park Legacy Company, said:

“We have attracted an incredibly strong team which emphasises just how important this project is as a milestone in London’s development as a global city. They are all big hitters with a wealth of public and private experience, which matches our own profile as a publicly minded and commercially focused company.

“I am absolutely thrilled with the prospect of together delivering one of the greatest regeneration projects in the world.”

Mr Innes is currently Head of Programmes for the Homes and Communities Agency, and will start in May.

Mr McNevin will start in mid-April, while Mr Anderson starts in April, the OLPC said.

The OLPC is currently recruiting for a director of design which will complete the set up of its executive managementtTeam. The post is expected to be filled in the next few months.