Activity: Membership types › Membership of public/government advisory/policy group or panel
Committee member of the Ireland Brownfield Network
The Ireland Brownfield Network was established in February 2012 to encourage constructive dialogue and interaction amongst all those involved in the redevelopment of brownfield land in the island of Ireland. In doing so, the collective learning experiences, best practices and effective strategies can be shared to the betterment of brownfield redevelopment in Ireland.
I was a member of the steering committee that co-founded the network, continue to serve on its committee and have drafted consultation responses on behalf of the network during government consultations on relevant policy. Both Rebekka McIlwaine and Sherry Palmer (my PhD students) have given presentations of their research and how it applies to the brownfield land industry at IBN annual conferences.