Feria Urbanism provided advice on how new traffic management proposals could be sensitively integrated into a historic environment.
We were commissioned by Dacorum Borough Council to develop concepts for a new public realm and a street design for the Hemel Hempstead Old Town High Street, an important area of local heritage and a Conservation Area. Our concept drawings including fresh ideas on both hard and soft landscape. The integration of on-street car parking and the creation of new flexible spaces for weekly markets and other outdoor events were other vital considerations we needed to include.
Our design concepts were put out to public consultation and following further refinements, the works were completed on-site in 2013. The improvements to the street have been well-received by the local community, especially traders and local businesses.
The Feria Urbanism team has worked on other civic design and public realm projects in Bournemouth, Bexleyheath, Southampton, Maidstone and at the Tower of London. If you wish to know more about these other civic design and public realm projects, please get in touch.
Old Town High Street