Who are the team behind Elderflower Projects?

Professor David Lock CBE MRTPI Dip.TP - David is Chairman and Managing Director of David Lock
Associates Ltd, planners and urban designers in Milton Keynes and Melbourne, Australia. He is Chairman of
DLA Architects Practice Ltd and a director of Integrated Transport Planning Ltd. He was Chief Planning
Adviser (half time) to the Department of the Environment (1994-97) and he is visiting Professor in the Centre
of Planning Studies, University of Reading. David is Chair of the Town and Country Planning Association and
Chair of the environmental education charity, City Discovery Centre, in Milton Keynes. In 2007 he was
awarded the CBE for services to urban design.


Robert de Grey MA (Cantab) Dip Arch RIBA - Robert is an architect with his own practice, the Architecture
Studio, based in Milton Keynes. He chairs the Central Milton Keynes Partnership, and is a member of the
Central Milton Keynes Board. He is one of the founders and a committee member of the Milton Keynes
Forum, the civic society for Milton Keynes.

Carol Barac BA (English) (Wits), M.U.R.P. (University of Cape Town) - Carol has worked in the field of
housing policy since she qualified in planning. She was a member of the Greentown Group, planning an
ecological cooperative village. She carried out a survey of people's attitudes to renewable energy for the
Open University, and was a Director of One World Quilt 2000, educating community groups about
sustainability. She is a Director of MK Global Centre, and Trustee of Powerful Information, working to improve
the status of impoverished people. She is an interviewer for the National Centre for Social Research. Carol
set up Elderflowers Projects Co to develop the Elderflower ideas, in theory and in practice.

Kodzo Selormey BSc (Hons) ACMA - Kodzo is an Economics Graduate with an interest in development
issues, planning, project management and housing supply. Since qualifying as a management accountant in
2004,  Kodzo has worked in the fields of Financial Systems and IT project management.

Debbie Greaves - Debbie came to Milton Keynes in 1984 and has always been an active member of the
community. For more than 20 years, she was involved in formal sector education; initially as a classroom
practitioner, and teacher trainer before working in the HE sector, with the Open University and other local
Universities. She has also worked on consultancy projects which focus on community development.
A passionate advocate of international development, she has been involved with several local development
charities, including MK Fair Trade Forum, GEMK, the MK Global Centre and Powerful Information. She joined
the Board in September 2013
Kay Greenhalgh
What is Elderflower Projects?
Elderflowers Projects - promoting active living for independent older people
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