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Dr Linda McElduff

Lecturer in Planning


Location

Room 04B06 Shore Road Newtownabbey Co. Antrim BT37 0QB

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Overview

Linda McElduff is a lecturer in planning in the School of the Built Environment and an Associate Member of the Built Environment Research Institute. She graduated from Ulster University in 2011 with a MSci (distinction) in Planning and Property Development and completed her PhD in 2014. Her doctoral research investigated the regeneration and resilience of small coastal resorts on the island of Ireland.

Linda's primary research interests focus on coastal resort degeneration and regeneration; coastal and marine planning; community resilience; social-ecological resilience; governance; and property rights. She is a member of Planning, Law and Property Rights (PLPR), Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) and the Irish Seas Maritime Forum.


Research Opportunities

Research Opportunities with Dr Linda McElduff
Title Closing Date  
Planning for Community Resilience: bridging the policy-practice gap Funded PhD Opportunity Friday 7 February 2020 View Details
Co-Designing Child Friendly Places: Growing the Resilience of Children through Inclusive Planning Funded PhD Opportunity Friday 7 February 2020 View Details
Exploring how planning can facilitate the transition to socially acceptable renewable energy infrastructure development on the island of Ireland. Funded PhD Opportunity Friday 7 February 2020 View Details