Ruth Lin Wong Holmes has 25 years’ experience as a Chartered Landscape Architect working for the public, private and voluntary sectors. Currently at London Legacy Development Corporation, responsible for Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and developing neighbourhoods.
She worked for The Royal Parks caring for over 5,000 acres of historic parkland in London working closely with Park Managers to improve the Parks with landscape architects. managers and designers.
At a Groundwork Trust, she specialised in co-design of greenspaces within housing estates. Voluntary roles include Chair of the London Parks and Gardens Trust, Vice Chair for the Royal Parks Guild Committee championing London parks and horticultural apprentices/trainees, Bumblebee Conservation Trustee, Fellow of the Landscape Institute, London in Bloom/Green Flag/Green Heritage Judge and Metropolitan Public Gardens Association and World Urban Parks Healthy Parks Healthy Cities Committee member. She has a passion for learning in the natural environment, inclusivity and creating a sustainable future.