16th Sep 2021 - Conservation areas make up 2.2% or 2,938 square kilometres of England. They are usually places of great beauty or historical significance. Local planning authorities decide if a place needs conserving and can apply ‘Listed Building’ status to significant architecture or ‘Tree Preservation Orders’ on special trees.
Collection of shelters composed of a bridge-shaped steel structure, covered externally and internally by Corten steel sheets. Available with internal coating in panels in Okumé plywood. The back walls are made of coupled and tempered glass. The shelter can be completed by single-seater seats to create a waiting area and a LED lighting system, integrated in the lower wall of the roof.
Pensilis 1722 Shelter
Part of the Bailey Street Furniture Group