training

Hamilton-Baillie Associates provide training and professional development services for local authorities, architects, landscape architects, engineers and all those whose work has an influence on the public realm. More support and training is now available concerning traffic in villages and rural streetscapes, building on the publication Traffic in Villages.

Briefing on research, case studies and latest best practice can be planned to form part of a broader agenda relating to traffic and urban design, or can be tailored to suit the specific requirements and agenda of the client.

Recent training events include seminars for:

3M

Arup & Warwickshire County Council

Capita Symonds

Central Bedfordshire Council

Coventry City Council

Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, Eire 

East Hertford Council 

Gloucestershire County Council

Hampshire County Council 

Heritage Council for Ireland

Horsham District Council

Isle of Wight Council

Leeds City Council / Yorkshire Forward

Medway Council

Orkney Islands Council

Plymouth City Centre Company

Urban Design London (Transport for London)

RECENT FEEDBACK
"Your presentation was the perfect mix of interesting information and humour, which worked really well. Everybody agreed it was a very worthwhile day, and we shall now move for further training for members and directors"      
                        Lee Byrne.  Project Officer  -  Isle of Wight Council

 

Typical budget costs range from £800 - £1,200 per day, depending on the timetable, location and programme.

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