Our comprehensive range of street furniture includes a range of steel and timber commercial grade seats and benches.

These seats and benches designs are all ergonomically designed as well as being intrinsically robust and most are UK manufactured. Encompassing both traditional and contemporary designs which will complement and enhance any landscape or building project and enhancing any outdoors space.

All models are commercial grade and vandal resistant available with either hardwood or softwood slats.

Bollard Street Ltd is fully accredited and registered with the chain of custody for both the FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) and also the PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) certification schemes for its timber products.

FSC® certificate number FSC – C134890

PEFC certificate number CATG – PEFC-548

Bespoke and commissioned designs are welcome and can be manufactured to order whether an adaptation or variation of an existing design or a totally new unique design or concept. Our inhouse design service can supply visual renders and product models for client consultation and approval right through to full manufacturing drawings in DWG format.


Seat frames are available in mild steel galvanised and powder coated to any standard BS or RAL colour with some designs available with stainless steel frames in either 304 or 316 grade stainless steel.

A choice of hardwood seat slats types available in either FSC® or PEFC certified sourced timbers in various timbers

iroko, sapele, opepe, balau, oak and other species to order.

Slats can also be treated with teak oil or stained to clients own specific requirements.

Slats can also have graffiti resistant coatings applied.

Commemorative bronze plaques and engravings can be incorporated into the timber seat slats for commemoration or memorial use.

Mild steel anti-vandal resistant slats can be substituted for timber slats.

Recycled plastic slats are also available in black or brown as an option instead of timber slats.

Submerged fixing, seat legs can be extended for inserting directly into concrete for a ‘ragged’ fix.

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