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Ludo Campbell-Reid Wikipedia
Ludo Campbell-Reid is Design Champion and General Manager of the Auckland Design Office at Auckland Council. He is an urban designer and planning specialist, and a competitive rower. Campbell-Reid was born to an English father and a South African mother in Hampton Court, southwest London, in 1968. He graduated from the University of Westminster in London with a BA with Honours In Urban Planning Studies, then completed a MA and Diploma In Urban Design at Oxford Brookes University.
Campbell-Reid’s achievements in urban design began in South Africa from 1992–1997, where he worked on the country’s first ski resort, assisted in transforming Victoria and Albert Docks on Cape Town's world-class waterfront, and worked on that city’s bid to host the 2004 Olympic Games. In 1997 he returned to London where he worked for Tibbalds Planning & Urban Design before becoming senior urban designer at Tower Hamlets Borough in east London. He worked on the transformation of London's Canary Wharf, and in 2003 was shortlisted for the London Planning Awards in the category of best public sector planner.