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Mark Scott is Professor of Planning in the UCD School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy. Mark is a graduate of Queen's University Belfast with a BSc in Environmental Planning, a Diploma in Town Planning and a PhD in Environmental Planning. In addition to planning practice, he has worked in the University of Ulster and Queen's University Belfast before being appointed to UCD in 2002. Mark is a Corporate Member of the Irish Planning Institute and is a member of the Institute's Policy and Research Committee. Mark has held numerous senior leadership roles, including head of school and serving in the management group of the UCD Earth Institute. Mark’s research is focused on theories and practices of land-use and landscape planning and governance, specifically related to planning and the rural environment; contested landscape change; heritage landscapes (urban and rural); and green infrastructure, urban green space and sustainable cities. He has received research funding awards of approximately 5m Euro, with grants from the Irish Research Council, the Royal Irish Academy, the Environmental Protection Agency's ERDTI and STRIVE Programmes, the Heritage Council, Teagasc, the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland, and the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government. He has also acted as an advisor/consultant on spatial planning to the Joint Oireachtas (Irish Parliament) Committee for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, the Northern Ireland Assembly Environment Committee, the OECD, the Northern Ireland Housing Executive, and various planning authorities. Mark is an editor of the international journal, Planning Theory & Practice. He also serves on the editorial board of Town Planning Review and is a member of the Regional Studies Association's Publications Committee, which oversees the association's five international peer-reviewed journals. He currently serves as external examiner in the Bartlett School of Planning in University College London and has previously been an external examiner in the University of Sheffield and Newcastle University. He has held visiting appointments at the University of Pisa and the University of New South Wales. With over 20 years of university teaching experience, Mark has taught across a range of topics in planning and environmental policy. He currently contributes to a range of undergraduate and graduate programmes in UCD, including the BA Programme in Planning, Geography & Environment, BSc in Landscape Architecture, and Masters in Regional and Urban Planning. His teaching includes modules on Introduction to Spatial Planning, Rural & Landscape Planning, and Comparative Planning.
- Professor in PlanningUniversity College Dublin, Ireland1 Sep 2016
- Assoc Professor in PlanningUniversity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland4 Aug 2014 - 1 Aug 2016
- Head of SchoolUniversity College Dublin, School of Geography, Planning & Environmental Policy, Ireland2 Sep 2013 - 31 Aug 2015
- Senior Lecturer in PlanningUniversity College Dublin, Ireland1 Jul 2006 - 1 Aug 2014
- Lecturer in PlanningUniversity College Dublin, Ireland1 Jan 2002 - 30 Jun 2006
- Research FellowQueen's University Belfast, School of Environmental Planning,1 May 2001 - 2 Jan 2002
- Research Assistant, The Urban InstituteUniversity of Ulster, The Urban Institute1 Apr 1999 - 31 Jan 2000
- Research Officer, Economic DevelopmentNewtownabbey Borough Council1 Feb 2000 - 30 Apr 2001
- BScQueen's University of Belfast UK
- PhDQueen's University of Belfast UK