The Southbank Place buildings will soon become an integral part of the capital.
We are planning to make them an integral part of the local community too.
Since construction has begun, we have been working conscientiously with residents and local businesses to initiate new ways to help them benefit from the potential that this project will provide.
By maintaining dialogue and transparency with those living and working in the surrounding areas of the South Bank, we will be able to create and maintain a lasting legacy with this project.
Glyn Hibbert is the Project Neighbourhood Liaison Manager for the Southbank Place Project.
He has been employed in the construction industry for just over 50 years and have been involved with many prestigious buildings in London during this time.
Glyn has been working at the Shell Centre for over two years whilst undertaking investigation works to the existing building structures.
Outside of work, Glyn is part of the Paralympic Games organisation team and has attended eight Games in a variety of roles beginning in 1984 as Coach to the Disabled Weightlifting Team, when the games were held at Stoke Mandeville.
In addition, he was delighted to be Head Referee during the London 2012 Games and had the privilege of working with HRH Prince Harry on the very successful Invictus Games in London.
Glyn holds three Directorships for charitable trusts and received the Freedom of the City of London for charitable works with disabled athletes around the world.
He looks forward to meeting many of you in the near future, not only to discuss Southbank Place issues, but also to share some of his experience and stories.