Lecturing at Plymouth University

Plymouth Life Centre and Plymouth Argyle

Life Centre and Plymouth Argyle

Jacqueline guest lectures on sport and recreation planning on the MSc Planning programme at Plymouth University, which has recently been afforded accreditation by the Royal Town Planning Institute. The course focuses on planning issues of particular significance to South West England, set within the context of national and international experience. These issues include marine and coastal planning and regeneration, rural planning and sustainable transport and development.

Professor Christopher Balch,  Professor of Planning at the School of Geography, Earth & Environmental Sciences said:

“Jacqueline contributes to the MSc Planning programme at Plymouth University where she delivers a specialist lecture on planning for sport and recreation. Besides demonstrating deep expertise in the topic, she is able to deliver her professionally prepared material in a way which engages the students and provokes lively discussion on the planning issues arising.”