Jacob Neville is an Urban Designer with qualifications in Architecture and Spatial Planning & Urban Design, specialising in landscape and public realm projects.
At Allies and Morrison, he is currently working on masterplanning, design guides, and placemaking projects, including the Galway Public Realm Strategy, which won the Irish Planning Institute’s Design Award in 2020. Most recently, he has been helping to coordinate and visualise designs proposals for the Waterloo Placemaking Strategy for WeAreWaterloo BID.
Jacob was previously a project coordinator at Publica, where he worked to create place-based visions and strategies and researched London’s cultural and creative industries. This research included his drawings capturing creative life within the Bussey Building in Peckham, which were subsequently exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.