OPDC FIRST DRAFT LOCAL PLAN - "Regulation 18"
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Mayoral appointments to Board Member positions – Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation
"We are looking for a range of Board Members for a new Greater London Authority functional body – the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC), to help deliver one of the largest regeneration projects in the Capital.
"The OPDC Board will be responsible for promoting and delivering physical, social, economic and environmental regeneration at Old Oak and Park Royal, through high-quality, sustainable development and investment for the benefit of the area and the communities that surround it. It will plan for significant future growth at Old Oak and for the protection and regeneration of the industrial areas of Park Royal. It will be charged with securing maximum benefits from the newly planned transport interchanges of High Speed 2, Crossrail and London Overground stations. The OPDC will also be the local planning authority for the whole of the area.
"The Board will consist of members appointed by the Mayor of London who will between them have backgrounds and interest in regeneration, planning, finance and commerce, education, national and local government, and the local residential and business communities. The OPDC will come into legal existence on 1 April 2015, and appointees are expected to spend approximately two to three days per month on these roles.
"We want to be as diverse as the city we represent and welcome applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.
"If you have any questions about application process or require information in an alternative format, please contact please email: email@example.com"