Bailey Streetscene

The Greengate Range from Bailey Streetscene

  • 22 Apr 2020

Greengate, from Bailey Streetscene, is one of the company’s most popular product ranges; its elegant and streamlined design features are prominent, offering a coherent and complimentary collection of elements, suited to a variety of urban environments.

The Seating & Table elements feature exotic hardwood slats, that sit on top of vandal resistant 8mm hot dipped galvanised steel plate legs, that can be powder coated in a huge selection of RAL colours. 

These products can also be customised with decals and laser cut graphics, as well as armrests and skate stoppers.

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Other elements in the range include

 – The Aspen Timber Monopitch Canopy, that is manufactured to meet exact requirements featuring steel support legs galvanised or powder coated, clad with timber slats and a multiwall polycarbonate roof.

 – Bollards featuring a steel frame clad in responsibly sourced timber that offers protection whilst maintaining a natural look.

 – The Greengate Litter bin includes a circular steel frame and rain cover, clad in vertical timber slats featuring a hinged opening for easily accessible waste removal.

For the lowdown on the Greengate Apartments case study in Manchester, click the link.

Contact Info:

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01625 322888
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Bailey Street Furniture Group
Adlington Business Park
London Road
SK10 4NL

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