Street Furniture News
Choosing the correct materials is vital when designing and specifying outdoor furniture for the future. In light of our current global climate emergency, the process has become more crucial than ever. It is paramount to select materials that balance aesthetics, durability and sustainability that the environment quite rightly demands to be considered.
In light of the current COVID-19 global pandemic, Bailey Streetscene have been prompted to design and bring to market a new Sanitisation station to their portfolio of products. This is a design solution that simplifies personal cleanliness and hygienic waste disposal outside the safety of our own homes.
Our children are immersed and exposed to varying stressful environments, both at school and at home. It is of no surprise that we are reading negative headlines referring to the decline in our children’s mental health.
Greengate is one of our most popular product ranges. Its elegant and streamlined design features are prominent throughout the range...
We would like to update you on the current position of our Group in relation to the COVID-19 Pandemic. The situation continues to develop on a daily basis and we as a Group have been monitoring this very closely, with the safety of all our colleagues being of paramount importance.
The last decade has seen a considerable shift in how urban spaces are designed and constructed across the world. Construction professionals have changed their practices from designing urban places around buildings and roadways, instead now focusing on public spaces and communities.
Amid the developing COVID-19 situation, we want to take the time to reassure you of the actions we are taking to keep our customers, employees and their families safe and healthy.
Street furniture is more important than ever in commercial environments and plays a much bigger role than simply aesthetic enhancements. It provides a multitude of functional and social benefits.
How sustainability and technology is shaping the urban environment and the street furniture within it
Around 72% of the EU population lives in urban areas (1). Cities and towns throughout Europe are evolving and growing at an incredible rate. As a result, a new and more developed model of sustainability is required. One which saves energy, protects the environment and increases citizens’ wellbeing.
As part of a continued growth strategy in 2020, we are excited to announce the launch of Bailey Street Furniture Group. This involves merging three urban street furniture brands, one playground equipment brand and all associated products into one core group umbrella.