Ciron has over 20 years’ experience of working with local communities on a range of built environment projects, from the world’s largest public art project to planning policy, estate regeneration, brownfield redevelopment, schools, and community facilities. His architectural background and knowledge provides him with a unique set of skills to effectively communicate design issues to a wide range of audiences.

His extensive experience includes the delivery of community consultation and stakeholder engagement on some of London’s largest and most high-profile projects. He has successfully delivered for the GLA, LLDC, various London boroughs, Lendlease, Argent, St William, the British Library, and many other private and public-sector bodies.

A particular interest of Ciron’s is how the development industry can create lasting social value and positively impact people’s lives through co-design, creative engagement, community capacity building, meanwhile uses, public art, and school-based activities for young people in key stages 1 to 4.

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