Street Furniture News
As university staff and students backed a three-day strike for lecturers in December, students were left concerned about further disruption to their education following 18 months of being off campus due to Covid.
Currently cars account for the majority of our transport emissions here in the UK and car reliance continues to rise, electric cars will of course have a huge impact on these figures but waiting for the change will take decades. Cycling is a change that can happen now.
As both the world's leaders and media flocked to Glasgow for the historic and momentous COP 26, here at Bailey Street furniture Group, we were asking - what about the bikes? Did anyone even cycle to the summit? Where were the bicycle racks and stands?
Here at SFD we have put together a new selection of adaptable and multifunctional planters, our collection is available in a variety of shapes, sizes and materials
The closure of schools due to Covid has had a psychological impact on children. The crisis has highlighted many socio economic issues regarding home learning. The return to school has emphasised that not only does school fulfill an educational need but also the social and physical aspects of life for young people.
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.
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.
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?