Phil Parker is our featured speaker and is highly knowledgeable in the field of ‘Shared Space’. He has been a Chartered Civil Engineer for over 35 years and has extensive experience of the highways and infrastructure design associated with developments.
Phil has developed several Shared Space style schemes through his career, these include Station Road, Tidworth which was constructed in 2008, and Regent Circus, Swindon 2016. Both of which have been commended in the CIHT Manual for Streets awards.
He is a MSoRSA qualified Road Safety Auditor and has completed over 600 Audits in the last 19 years. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts and a Member of the Bristol Urban Design Forum Review Panel.
His paper “Expected behaviour and actual behaviour—is there a difference?” was published in March’s ICE Municipal Engineer Road Safety Special.
Join us to hear Phil discussing:
• Principles of Shared Space and the inspiration;
• How shared space is affected by the 2019 DfT Inclusive Transport Strategy and the 2018 CIHT review;
• National Design Guide 2019 – Ministry of Housing, Communities, and Local Government;
• What does the term ‘Shared Space’ actually mean now?