Philip G. Wright
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Philip Wright is a Research Fellow and Deputy Director of the OMEGA Centre, Bartlett School of Planning, UCL. He holds an Honours Degree in Town Planning from the former South Bank Polytechnic (1975) and has been a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute since 1977. He became Research Fellow at the OMEGA Centre in October 2006.
Philip has more than thirty years as a professional chartered town planner and worked in a variety of environments in the UK and overseas – for local and national governments, urban regeneration agencies and as a consultant in the fields of strategic planning, urban renewal and transportation.
During his career Philip has maintained a strong interest in strategic planning, infrastructure development and policy analysis/formulation, including the preparation of strategic plans for the metropolitan area of Hong Kong and a number of its New Towns, as well as the formulation of urban renewal and growth management strategies. As a planning consultant he has also prepared large-scale commercial and mixed-use development proposals in London, acted as a planning advisor to Network Rail and conducted strategic development studies. Phil’s principal areas of research and teaching lie in the fields of strategic planning and decision-making in relation to mega infrastructure.
Most recently, following his work for OMEGA Projects 1-3, Philip has been consultant and project manager for an EIB OMEGA Centre Scoping Study for the application of muti-criteria analysis to the appraisal of urban projects. Phil’s principal areas of research and teaching lie in the fields of strategic planning and decision-making in relation to mega infrastructure and major urban development and regeneration schemes.