LI CPD Conference: Inclusive Environments
15 Jun 2021
Day 3. 4 Shared space 10 years on – learning from the legacy of Inclusive Design
The session will run through the highs and lows of shared space design in the UK bringing our audience up to date with the latest position. Using video footage, the presentation will then concentrate on Frodsham Street, a Pedestrian Priority Street David designed in Chester. Phil Jones, a progressive Engineer and Transport Planner has worked closely with the DfT, CIHT and other bodies over the years developing guidance on active travel and sympathetic street design.
Chair: Paul Lincoln, Executive Director, Creative Projects and Publishing, Landscape Institute
Paul Lincoln is Executive Director, Creative Projects and Publishing at the Landscape Institute and Commissioning Editor for Landscape, the LI’s quarterly journal. Paul managed the LI’s 90th Birthday Festival in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and has curated three exhibitions with the Building Centre, including Beyond the Green Belt and Rethinking the Urban Landscape.
David Mackenna CMI, Landscape Architect, Street Spirit Design
A designer of streets and spaces for people whilst accommodating traffic with over 30 years’ experience; as well as Chartered Landscape Architect David is a Chartered Engineer and Chartered Environmentalist. He has designed some of the best pedestrian priority schemes in the country, including in: Caernarfon; Chester; and Kidderminster, winning a number of awards.
Phil Jones, Chairman, PJA
Phil Jones is founder and chairman of PJA, the leading independent transport planning, engineering and placemaking consultancy with offices in the UK and Australia. Phil has over 35 years’ experience in the planning and design of transport infrastructure. He specialises in achieving synergy between street and urban design, with the aim of creating places that are aesthetically pleasing, socially accessible and pragmatically functional.
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