Recycled Plastic Fencing

Slash your total-life costs and reduce the carbon footprint of your project with fencing constructed from our solid, 100% British recycled plastic.

Recycled plastic fencing is elegant, classical in design and very cost effective. They also demonstrate that you can use environmentally sustainable solutions without compromising your choice and are particularly good for defining areas like car parks, playing fields and play grounds.

Using mixed plastic in our recycled plastic fencing results in it being stronger with higher impact performance when compared to other solutions. It does not require additional treatments to create and ensure the performance demanded by the application and doesn’t ‘sag’ in warmer weather. These products provide a durable, environmentally friendly option for large developments or temporary sites.

The increasing use of fencing and other protection devices in shopping precincts, pedestrian areas and car parks, whilst desirable architecturally, can create problems of additional cost, vandalism and maintenance.

Please click here to take a moment to familiarise yourself with expansion and contraction differences compared to wood.

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Coloured picnic tables – revisiting The Piece Hall

Coloured picnic tables – revisiting The Piece Hall

The eagle-eyed amongst you will recall the recent installation of 40 of our coloured picnic tables at The Piece Hall, in Halifax. We popped back to get some pics, both before and after the recent reopening. For those who missed it, we partnered with The Piece Hall in...

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Picnic Tables at the Piece Hall

Picnic Tables at the Piece Hall

A truckload of our Denholme picnic tables recently landed at the Piece Hall, in Halifax. And we mean a truckload! 40 Denholmes, in an array of colours, arrived to great excitement. The Piece Hall is a heritage site in Halifax (just down the road from BRP Towers)...

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Aspiring to Being Ordinary – Accessibility Matters

Aspiring to Being Ordinary – Accessibility Matters

We've been joined by a guest blogger, Krishna Francis, to discuss accessibility matters: the impact sudden disability has had on his life and how it's affected his sense of feeling "normal". "Disability is suddenly sexy. At least, that’s how it seems. With channel...

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