Zenith Stainless Steel Perforated Litter Bin
Zenith Stainless Steel & Timber Seat with Base Plates
Zenith Stainless Steel & Timber Bench with Base Plates
Zenith Stainless Steel Signage
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"The aim of the regeneration of Orpington High Street was to make the shopping area more appealing to pedestrians and to keep streets cleaner. We were impressed with the versatility of Furnitubes’ Zenith Range, and thought the co-ordinating bins, seating and signage would be ideal to improve the street scene.
Elements to improve facilities for pedestrians include the provision of Zenith seats to provide comfortable seating and the Zenith litter bins with ash waste pockets. Furnitubes in-house designers were able to adapt the Zenith Litter Bin and Seats to suit the council’s requirements. The Zenith stainless steel signage has provided clear directional advice to locals and visitors, and it is reassuring to know its telescopic column can allow the removal or addition of finger arms in the future.
The Zenith Range has been a wonderful addition to the area. The Grand opening by the Mayor of London Boris Johnson and MP Jo Johnson was a great success and Furnitubes Zenith Range has helped create a clean and contemporary High Street.”
Garry Warner, Head of Highway Network Management, London Borough of Bromley
Orpington High Street, Kent
Project: Orpington High Street, Kent
Client: London Borough of Bromley
Completion Date: July 2010
Background: London Borough of Bromley required contemporary, low-maintenance street furniture to make Orpington High Street more appealing.
Products: The Zenith range was chosen for its stunning stainless steel finish and range of co-ordinating items. Zenth Fingerpost Signage, Zenith Litter Bins and bolt-down Zenith Seats and Benches were supplied to the site. The Zenith Litter bin was adapted to feature perforated holes to suit the needs of Bromley Borough Council. A grand opening of the site was held in July and attended by the Mayor of London Boris Johnson and MP Jo Johnson.