Street Furniture News
As we transition out of Covid living and hurtle toward Net Zero by 2050, it is inevitable that if we as a country want to make a positive impact on our future world and meet our ambitious environmental targets, then our towns and cities need to become smarter.
Uxbridge Business Park is home to 88 companies each with their own unique office space. The buildings are surrounded by 50 acres of parkland which creates a tranquil setting for the businesses to enjoy.
Bamboo globally has many symbolic meanings. To the Indians, bamboo is a symbol of friendship. The evergreen nature of bamboo combined with its attributes of strength has led it to being a symbol of longevity, strength and resilience across much of Eastern Asia.
Conservation areas make up 2.2% or 2,938 square kilometres of England. They are usually places of great beauty or historical significance. Local planning authorities decide if a place needs conserving and can apply ‘Listed Building’ status to significant architecture or ‘Tree Preservation Orders’ on special trees.
Bamboo and wood are two of the most common materials used to make furniture and both are contenders for sustainable production materials and have been used for centuries.
Bailey Streetscene have supplied a range of street furniture packages to schools, colleges and universities across the country. Here’s a snapshot of the projects.
As the implications and horrors of not becoming sustainable are apparent to see and feel throughout the world, continued development in this area is vital. Our real social challenge as a company is how to contribute to our urban environments using ecological materials?
With global changes now in demand and over ninety percent of the World’s resources only having a single use, the waste produced represents an enormous pool of resources that are there to be exploited. It is vital more now than ever that these resources remain in a perpetual loop to be used and cleverly reused.
We would all agree that our awareness of sustainability for the future is advancing particularly amongst the younger generation of consumers. As the demand for a greener future arises and awareness grows within industry; design companies and architects are beginning to consider their products from an impactful stance.
Over the last decade and in the aftermath of many terrorist attacks the swathe of concrete mitigation features first deployed now look far from aesthetically pleasing.