Monday, 28 September 2015 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Ben Hamilton-Baillie is the UK’s leading exponent on low-speed design principles and shared space, seeking ways to cope with growth, and to better integrate traffic into cities, towns and villages. Ben will speak at the City of Winchester Trust AGM. 

Ben Hamilton-Baillie  is an urban designer and movement specialist, described as "the leading international expert on the development of “Shared Space”". He is the director of his own company, Hamilton-Baillie Associates Ltd., where role he provides consultancy advice on traffic and urban renewal. He has taught extensively in the UK and USA.

He was the lead designer for the regeneration of Poynton in Cheshire, and worked on schemes for Fishergate in Preston, Exhibition Road in London and Ashford in Kent.  Ben is a Built Environment Expert for the Design Council CABE, and teaches at the Universities of Bath, Cambridge and the West of England. 

He is author of ‘Traffic in Villages’, a toolkit for communities, and contributed to the production of Manual for Streets (2) and to ‘Designing the Streets’.