Neil Galway

      Dr Neil Galway

      Lecturer (Education)

      For media contact email comms.office@qub.ac.uk
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      Research Interests

      Neil is the Coordinator of the MSc Planning and Regeneration Programme in the School of the Natural and Built Environment. He previously worked as a chartered town planner for Belfast City Council and DOE Planning Service. His professional experience includes drafting regional planning policy and guidance, preparatory work for local development plans, development management and planning enforcement. Neil completed a PhD in Planning at Queen's University Belfast entitled "Who Controls the Past? An investigation into the role of heritage interventions in post-conflict nation narration" on a part-time basis whilst working in practice. His current research interests include: planning for inclusive places; critical heritage studies; and planning policy and practice. 

       

       

      Teaching

      Modules Coordinated:

      EVP1011- Design Principles in the Built Environment

      EVP3004 - Conservation of the Built Environment

      EVP7014 - Design in the Built Environment

      EVP7015- International Planning Studies

      EVP7018 - Professional Practice Project in Environmental Planning

      EVP7020 - Design and Regeneration

      EVP7026 - Dissertation/ Work Based Study

      EVP7024 - Planning in Contested Space

      EVP7028- Urban Design in Practice

       

       

      Module Contributions:

      EVP3004: Themes in Spatial Planning

      EVP7027: Spatial Literacy in Design

      EVP7011 - Planning and Environmental Governance

      EVP7019 - Independent Specialist Project

      EVP7031 - Urban and Rural Design Independent Design Project

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      Frequent Journals

      • Planning Theory and Practice

        ISSNs: 1464-9357

        Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1470-000X

        Routledge

        Scopus rating (2016): CiteScore 0.79 SJR 0.629 SNIP 0.757

        Journal

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