Brian Feeney is a retired town planner living at the Gold Coast.
He has degrees in civil engineering and urban planning from the University of Queensland, and worked in Queensland for over three decades in local government, state government agencies and as a consultant.
For a four year period in the early 2000s, Brian was the volunteer coordinator for the Planning Institute of Australia’s Queensland planning aid program, which gave advice to the community sector on how to engage effectively with town planning processes.
He now spends some of his time researching and writing about urban planning and transport, and environmental issues.
Articles written by Brian Feeney (3)
- 14 January 2016 | Environment department’s comments back whistleblower’s claims on CSG approval
- 26 June 2015 | Looking for the real story behind high home prices
- 15 August 2014 | Campbell Newman's Queensland Plan: Strong Choices or Wrong Choices?