Planters, seating and cycle parking for Fosse Retail Park

Planters, seating and cycle parking for Fosse Retail Park

Project Name: Fosse Retail Park

Client: Bowmer and Kirkland Ltd

Location: Leicester

Products: Springwell Planter, Heron Cycle Shelter, Newborough Two Tier Cycle System, Timber Seating Cubes, NEW Inspira Planter System

Bailey Streetscene supplied seating, cycle parking and bespoke planters to Fosse Retail Park in Leicester. This collection of shelters and street furniture were chosen to compliment the park's current scheme, which includes contemporary style timber architecture and large glass fronts. Fosse Retail park was established in 1989 and has since grown into the shopping hub it is today. It now houses over 25 stores, with a selection of well-known brands. 

Bailey Streetscene’s traditional Heron Cycle Shelter was adapted to accommodate the Newborough Two Tier Cycle System. This means visitors and staff can travel by bike to the retail park and know that there is plenty of parking space and their bikes will stay protected under shelter. 

The bespoke steel planter system was designed by our in-house R&D team. It acts as a retaining wall and can be customised with inset timber seating. For this project it helped to create a barrier between shoppers and the car park with interspersed seats. Additional timber planters were also chosen for this project as a way to increase biodiversity and to coordinate with the architecture. Timber and corten steel benches, and timber seating cubes were also included to add more seating options for visitors. 

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Bailey Streetscene is part of the Bailey Street Furniture Group a privately owned collection of individual companies serving the construction sector, providing a wide range of street furniture, playground elements and associated services to the public realm, commercial and educational schemes throughout the UK.

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