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HAMILTON-BAILLIE ASSOCIATES LTD 

Specialist knowledge and experience of innovative solutions for reconciling traffic movement with quality public spaces in cities, towns and villages.

Unique expertise in the development of shared space principles for street design to improve safety, congestion and access. Particular experience in high street design principles, and of working with rural communities to address traffic issues in smaller towns and villages.

Clients include highway authorities, government agencies, developers, community groups and design teams in architecture, urban and landscape design, planning, regeneration, transport and traffic engineering.

International best practice from mainland Europe and North America.

Our "Projects and Gallery" pages give map located information about schemes with which we are involved, and which have provided inspiration or useful experience. The "publications" pages provide access to relevant articles on the subject of street design and shared space. Click on the map to identify precise locations.

transport, traffic
and urban design
consultancy

Specialist knowledge and experience of innovative solutions for reconciling traffic movement with quality public spaces in cities, towns and villages.

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latest news from hamilton baillie

Jevington Rural Traffic Study

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Jevington Parish Council has commissioned Hamilton-Baillie Associates to explore methods of improving village quality and reducing the impact of traffic on this linear village a... more »

Enfield Town Centre

View news article » Enfield Town Centre

Enfield Society sponsored Ben Hamilton-Baillie to spend a day with local residents in Enfield on July 30th, and to present some initial observations and recommendations at an eveni... more »

The Tower of London

View news article » The Tower of London

Hamilton-Baillie Associates have joined Feria Urbanism (Richard Eastman) and Stuart Wilson to advice the Historic Royal Palaces Trust and the team at the Tower of London on ways... more »