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Streets Ahead. An alternative approach to traffic in villages
Category: Media Articles

Countryside Voice, the magazine of the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE), Autumn 2005 edition, publishes article on the work of Hans Monderman by Ben Hamilton-Baillie.... [MORE]

The evolution of shared space
Category: Media Articles

TEC article outlining the emerging principles of shared space, and the implications and opportunities for traffic engineering. Interviews with the late Hans Monderman and with ben Hamilton-Baillie... [MORE]

Improving traffic behaviour and safety through urban design.
Category: Media Articles

 “Winner of the Institution of Civil Engineer’s Rees Jeffreys Award for 2006”INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERSCivil Engineering Special IssuePublication of paper by Ben Hamilton-Baillie & Phil Jones entitle... [MORE]

Save Our Streets
Category: Publication

The campaign booklet by English Heritage and the Women’s Institute campaign booklet aimed at restoring dignity, character and quality to historic streets. Superb photographic examples of good and bad practice as well as tips... [MORE]

Manual for Historic Streets
Category: Publication

The Historic Towns Forum has produced a comprehensive guide to good practice in the treatment of historic streets. The principles generally apply to all streets, and this guide brings practicioners and local groups up to date on t... [MORE]

The Shared Space Debate
Category: Media Articles

Ben describes his first encounter with Hans Monderman, and the counter-intuitive principles of safety and inclusive design that underpin the development of shared space in Europe.The “shared space” concept has been qui... [MORE]

Less is More - "Working Lives" profile of Ben Hamilton-Baillie
Category: Publication

The New Civil Engineer (NCE) profiles the career and interests of Ben Hamilton-Baillie, as part of their "Working Lives" series.... [MORE]

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