Neil Galway

    Neil Galway

    Lecturer (Education)

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    Research Interests

    Neil is the Director of Postgraduate Studies in Planning in the School of the Natural and Built Environment, which involves coordinating the MSc Planning and Development and MSc City Planning and Design programmes. 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. 




    Modules Coordinated:

    EVP3004 - Conservation of the Built Environment

    EVP7014 - Design in the Built Environment

    EVP7015- International Planning Studies

    EVP7018 - Professional Practice Project in Environmental Planning

    EVP7019 - Independent Specialist Project

    EVP7038 - Comparative Urban Design

    EVP7042 - Future Planning Practice

    EVP7044 - Thesis






    Willingness to take PhD students


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    Frequent Journals

    • Planning Theory and Practice

      ISSNs: 1464-9357

      Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1470-000X


      Scopus rating (2018): SJR 0.843 SNIP 1.148


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