PROCTER STREET FURNITURE
11 PANTGLAS INDUSTRIAL ESTATE
MID GLAMORGAN CF83 8XD
Tel: 0800 294 4177
Fax: 02920 887005
Suppliers of: Street Furniture benches bollards parking posts litter bins smoking shelters cycle shelters door stops bin enclosures tree grilles
At Procter Street Furniture we offer a full range of standard and bespoke products including seating, bollards, cycle sheds and trolley enclosures, plus are able to deliver projects as part of much wider contracts which include our fencing and automatic gates divisions.
Although we frequently deliver projects which purely involve street furniture, our unique strength is that street furniture is one division of Procter Contracts which also includes divisions for Fencing Systems and Automatic Gates.
See the other procter Division on BPi:
- Procter Contracts - A wide range of Fencing Solutions
- Procter Cast Stone - A leading manufacturer of Cast Stone
Full range of standard and bespoke street furniture products:
Few street furniture projects would be complete without an element of benches or other seating, and indeed some of the projects we carry out very much have it as a focus. Tables are also often required with the seating, and perhaps in parks and other open spaces for picnicking.
Bollards have a largely functional purpose which will often include security, but in most cases there is still an opportunity to take into account aesthetics. This can be important on projects where a balance needs to be struck between practical security measures and creating a pleasing space for the public to use, and we’re able to take such considerations into account when proposing options for different types of bollards.
A well-known sight around the UK, the traditional litter bin is manufactured from medium density polyethylene. Highly durable, these bins are UV stable and ideal for high traffic public areas such as high streets and parks.
We supply and install a wide range of shelters, including those for people and cycle storage. Of course the main purpose of a shelter in a street furniture context is protection from the elements, though even with this functional purpose in mind it is still possible to create a structure which is aesthetically pleasing.
As with all types of street furniture, bin stores and plant screens can be designed and manufactured to be aesthetically pleasing. Often we will work to architects’ drawings, and in other cases we will be asked to come up with the design.
We supply a wide range of shapes and sizes for Tree Grilles. Suitable for all applications.
For our parking range of street furniture, we offer every possible type of product including parking posts, Armco barriers, retractable posts and one-way plates. With such an extensive range of parking and vehicle-related street furniture, we’re able to supply and install a complete package for any public or commercial site.
High visibility impact protection products are designed to a) visually standout, and b) provide protection for something. They are typically painted in black and yellow, with the frame constructed in galvanised mild steel. We can create bespoke designs if required to suit the individual aesthetic and functional requirements of the application.
All retail developments – and in particular out-of-town retail park and supermarkets – use a wide range of street furniture, including trolley parks and protection for lamp posts and columns etc. At Procter Street Furniture we offer a full range of standard products, plus can design, have manufactured and install bespoke products.
The Door Stop is designed to protect walls from being damaged by swinging doors, while the integrated rubber stopper protect the door’s surface from any damage. Ideal for commercial and industrial sites, they are suitable for internal and external use and can be installed either individually or in pairs.
Further tecnical information is available to download from the BPi download library or directly from the manufacturers own website.
Procter Brothers Ltd announces Management Buyout
Procter Brothers Limited, the Caerphilly-based manufacturer and service provider, has announced the successful completion of its management buyout. This move ensures a secure future for Procter Machine Safety and Procter Contracts.
Procter Brothers benefits from unrivalled expertise in its two specialisms, combining the best aspects of traditional craftsmanship and care for customers and employees, with up-to-date production technologies. Procter Machine Safety designs, manufactures and installs machine guards and provides machinery safety services, while Procter Contracts designs, manufactures and installs entrance gates, fencing, security systems and street furniture.
The management buyout was led by Procter Bros’ existing managing director John Procter and his management team. John Procter assumes the role of Group Managing Director, taking on the mantle from his father, Jeremy Procter. Nevertheless, Jeremy Procter remains involved with the business as an advisor, ready to be called upon for his experience when required.
Following the management buyout, the firm continues to be family-owned, as it has been since 1740. Procter Brothers employs over 110 people at its site at Pantglas Industrial Estate in Bedwas, Caerphilly.
Customers will find that it is ‘business as usual’ following the management buyout, as all key staff are being retained and existing orders fulfilled. Looking to the future, customers will benefit from the significant investment that is being planned for improvements to the factory, development of an ecommerce website as well as complimentary products and services.
“I am delighted to have led the acquisition of Procter Brothers Ltd, where I have worked as Managing Director for over six years. We are a market leaders in machine safety, security fencing and automatic gates and I am committed to growing the business further and cementing our position within the industries we serve.”
Procter Statement on COVID-19
Procter Statement on COVID-19
20th April 2020
We’re taking our responsibilities to respond to COVID-19 very seriously. The health of our staff and customers is our absolute priority and we want to reassure you that we are doing everything in our power to ensure you can continue to work with us safely.
We have a comprehensive continuity plan in place to ensure that we remain open for business, and have drawn up specific hygiene, travel, delivery, visitor, supply chain and working policies accordingly.
This includes, but is not exclusive to; clear on-site hygiene information across all sites for the benefit of employees, visitors and deliveries, increased cleaning and hygiene provisions across all sites, guidance on home working for staff; limiting physical contact and providing guidance on interaction distances, provision of alternative communication tools and the cancellation of all but non-essential visitors.
Whilst we are still very much open for business and able to fulfill all work, we are closely monitoring events and will continue to follow Government advice and provide you with any updates on any further developments. As the situation changes we will endeavour to work with you at every stage to try and limit any potential impact.
Our thoughts go out to all of you who have been affected by this unprecedented event.
We know that this is a worrying situation but can promise you that everyone at Procter is focused on limiting any potential impact. In the meantime, if you have any concerns or questions then please do contact a member of the Procter team and they’ll do their very best to help.