Street furniture


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Street furniture

Manufactured elements, such as benches, streetlights, fire hydrants, and light fixtures, found in public spaces.

street furniture

The benches, signs, lights, fixtures, and receptacles provided as part of the design of a street right-of-way.
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The contract is to the provision of associated advertising and non-advertising street furniture and associated services of installation, maintenance, maintenance of and commercial exploitation.
The warning comes after North West Leicestershire District Council's enforcement officers issued a fixed penalty notice for PS150 to a company that ignored warnings and continued to advertise illegally on street furniture.
Elsewhere Exclusive airport advertising contract in Sharjah International airport, and airports and street furniture throughout the rest of the Gulf.
Director Paul Yeomans said: "We did a survey before the competition looking at how people used the street furniture in Newcastle city centre, with the emphasis on older people."
Street furniture will account for 85% of the business of the newly-formed group in the region, JCDecauxa[euro](tm)s co-CEO, Jean-Charles Decaux, said Thursday.
Street furniture will account for 85% of the business of the newly-formed group in the region, JCDecaux's co-CEO, Jean-Charles Decaux, said Thursday.
Neath Port Talbot council leader Ali Thomas said: "The new street furniture has made a real impact on the area and once the canopies have been refurbished the area will be much more attractive and welcoming for visitors.
We are securing inventory which guarantee optimal returns, while allowing us to innovate and bring in street furniture, which is evolved and of international standards.
On the strength of its thirty-year experience, street furniture designer and manufacturer Concepturbain will exhibit its latest creations at the Big Five Show to be held in Dubai from next November 23rd to 26th.
COUNCILS and highways agencies in North Wales are driving motorists around the bend by cluttering up roads with pointless street furniture.
Underlying sales growth was 12.2 per cent in the quarter, also beating forecasts, and driven by ongoing strength in transport and an improving street furniture division.
The company, based at Preston, Lancashire, makes street furniture and outdoor structures such as seats, litter bins, tree guards, cycle stands and plant containers, as well as noticeboards, signposts, gazebos and bandstands.