Broad Street Wrington ARCHIVE
‘Shared Space’ within Wrington
by Phil Parker

In 2006, Phil Parker, a local resident and Associate Director of Pinnacle Transportation Ltd, introduced to the village his ideas of "shared space" as a radical re-think of Wrington's growing problems with traffic management.

He wanted to turn people's concern into a stimulus for action which would capitalise on Wrington's environmental heritage and enhance everyone's experience of that heritage.

Follow his published articles chronologically to see the development of his ideas:

2006 Preliminary report into the concept of ‘Shared Space’ within a 20 mph Zone for Wrington
              My Background

Shared Space - what does it mean ?

             What future for our community spaces and streets. As places for cars or for people ?
              Prize-winning entry to the Economist magazine annual essay competition: 'What future'