Mohamed Saleh is an urban planner and urban designer professional.
Currently, he is a Ph.D. candidate in the department of urban and regional planning - Faculty of Built Environment- University Technology Malaysia. His research for the Ph.D. deals with urban growth management, spatial planning, sprawl, and municipal regulations. In 2016, he earned his master's degree with merit in urban planning from the Faculty of Architecture and Planning, King Saud University, and in 2006, he received his bachelor's degree with honors from the faculty of Engineering, Al Azhar University.
He has published a paper entitled "Urban Growth Boundary Plans Evaluation for Small and Medium-Sized Cities in Saudi Arabia. Majmaa and Hurimla UGB plans as a Case study" with Taher Ledraa (EJER, 2018). His current research focuses on two issues; the first point is the influential factors that enrich the experiences of visitors. The second is the efficiency of UGBs in curbing sprawl.
Saleh has a solid 15 years of experience as a senior urban planner/ designer with a demonstrated history of collaborating on many megaprojects with various private firms, municipalities, and ministries in Egypt and Saudi Arabia. His projects, including, but not limited to, comprehensive planning for small and medium-sized towns, mixed-use development, gated communities’ developments, industrial development plans, city centers development.