Douglas Inglis, BSc Arch, BArch, ARB
Douglas studied at the University of Wales and worked in New York for five years before joining Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands in 2006. He was made Project Director in 2012 before becoming an Associate Director in 2013 and a Director in 2017. He has wide ranging experience, leading multi-disciplinary teams on technically challenging and complex projects across housing, cultural and education sectors. He recently led teams preparing detailed design codes for an outline planning application for the District Centre within the Barking Riverside masterplan as well as a detailed planning application for 380 homes on a 4.5 hectare plot and he is responsible for the construction of 198 homes and associated shops for the delivery of the third phase of LDS’s masterplan at Kidbrooke Village. Douglas was responsible for the design and construction phases for two award-winning estate regeneration developments on the South Kilburn masterplan and a refurbishment in the heart of Westminster restoring listed interiors into three townhouses overlooking Hyde Park. He managed the construction phases of JW3, the first Jewish Community Centre in the UK, which includes a multi-purpose auditorium, a cinema, dance studio, demonstration kitchen, flexible learning space and a creche. On the former Olympic site Douglas led the post Games legacy phase works of residential buildings including two towers of 450 apartments and UCL East Pool Street West, an academic and student residential building forming the first phase of the Universities’ new East London campus.