Manager, Urban Design and GIS, City of London
Sean Galloway has over 15 years of planning and urban design experience for various municipalities in Australia and Canada and is currently the Manager of Urban Design and Geographic Information Systems for the City of London. Sean was the lead municipal urban designer on one of the largest greenfield development areas in North America and assisted municipalities with implementing the State Government of Victoria’s Melbourne 2030 Planning Strategy. He co-led the ReThink London Engagement process, the preparation and adoption of The London Plan (City of London’s new Official Plan) and is currently leading the municipalities’ Future Cities Strategy. Other work includes, public engagement for and preparation of downtown and city plans for the Belizean cities of San Iganacio/Santa Elena and Belize City.
Sean holds a Bachelor’s of Environmental Studies in Planning from the University of Waterloo and Master’s Degree in Urban Development and Design from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. He is a member of the Ontario Professional Planners Institute and Canadian Institute of Planners, past Chair and Board Member of the London Regional Children’s Museum (Canada’s first Children’s Museum) and past Board Member of Emerging Leaders London. Sean is a regular guest lecturer at Western University, McMaster University and teaches at Fanshawe College covering diverse topics as the public realm, strategic planning, public engagement, city design and the integration of mobility and land use.