Eddie Taylor

Eddie obtained an MA History at the University of Oxford, specialising in the History of Architecture, BA in Architecture at Polytechnic of Central London, followed by a Diploma in Architecture at the University of Cambridge. He joined Allies and Morrison in 1996 and became a Director of the practice in 2004.

Eddie has extensive experience in both heritage work and the delivery of large complex projects. He was one of the directors responsible for Allies and Morrison’s extensive contributions to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, with him contributing to the initial bid scheme, then leading the Olympic masterplan team as the Design Team Coordinator. Eddie was then responsible for delivering the proposals for the transformation at the Olympic Park for the immediate post-Games period and finally, working for LOCOG, he led teams delivering ten of the temporary venues in and around London.

Since then he has been Project Director for the Brent Cross Cricklewood Masterplan, a 25 year plan for a 55 hectare site in North London straddling the North Circular Road and the regeneration masterplan for part of the Isle of Dogs. He is currently Project Director for the new Masterplan for the Greenwich Peninsula, a 80 hectare brownfield site in inner London.