The Belousov-Zhabotinskii reaction is considered in one and two-dimensional reaction-diffusion cells. Feedback control is examined where the feedback mechanism involves varying the concentrations in the boundary reservoir, in response to the concentrations in the centre of the cell. Semi-analytical solutions are developed, via the Galerkin method, which assumes a spatial structure for the solution, and is used to approximate the governing delay partial differential equations by a system of delay ordinary differential equations. The form of feedback control considered, whilst physically realistic, is non-smooth as it has discontinuous derivatives. A stability analysis of the sets of smooth delay ordinary differential equations, which make up the full non-smooth system, allows a band of Hopf bifurcation parameter space to be obtained. It is found that Hopf bifurcations for the full non-smooth system fall within this band of parameter space. In the case of feedback with no delay a precise semi-analytical estimate for the stability of the full non-smooth system can be obtained, which corresponds well with numerical estimates. Examples of limit cycles and the transient evolution of solutions are also considered in detail.