Elad is an urban planning and city strategy expert with two decades of international experience specialising in leading, designing and delivering large-scale and complex urban projects. He held Director roles with major consultancies including Arup and Ramboll and advised public and private sector on city planning, design and sustainable development. He works with cities and industry on strategies and plans that contribute to accelerating sustainable urban change.
Elad’s global and integrated approach to city design helped shape many renowned global projects that made positive contribution in cities around the world. Past projects include Stratford City’s International Quarter and Tottenham Regeneration in London, NOMA in Manchester, Sydney’s Central Railway Corridor (C2E) and Circular Quay, Zuidas in Amsterdam, City of Tshwane in South Africa, King Abdullah Sport City in Saudi Arabia and the Singapore Sports Hub.
Elad is a member of the Mayor of London’s Infrastructure Advisory Panel. He lectures widely on issues of cities, urbanism and sustainable design and publishes in leading international magazines. He further serves as a critic at various UK and international universities including the Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA) and University College London (UCL). He is also Chartered with the Royal Institute of Town Planning (RTPI).