EMMA LUDDINGTON, Consultant Trainer
Emma is an Inclusive Design Consultant and Architect. Her interest in inclusive design began during her training as an Architect in the 1990’s and was complemented by 8 years practical experience of working as an Architect in the UK and abroad and over 15 years as an Access Consultant. She has worked on a range of award winning projects including The Young Vic Theatre and the Royal Festival Hall (Southbank Centre) and has had a close working relationship with Viva Access since 2003, delivering training on access auditing and housing adaptation & design to services and companies throughout the UK.
Emma was also employed for 5 years as Access Officer for a London Local Authority and this role provided her with in-depth knowledge and experience on access related planning, policy and building control issues. She divides her time currently between her independent access consultancy work, her role as Board member for Habinteg Housing Association, as Built Environment Expert advisor to the Design Council CABE, and her training and consultancy work for Viva Access