Bailey Streetscene provides a large outdoor covered seating area and resting spots at the scenic grounds of the brand-new Delamere Forest Visitor Centre.

The new £9 million development on behalf of Forestry England, will welcome over 750,000 visitors a year. The site includes an eco-friendly timber framed visitor centre, café, event spaces, accessible toilets, 500 space car park, new cycle hub and a large outdoor covered seating area.

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Product Development From The Bailey Street Furniture Group


Compatible, interchangeable modules elegantly form the building blocks for activating outdoor space.

Frame spaces, divide spaces, enliven spaces and spark social interactions—formal and informal, impromptu and planned. Parallel 42 creates settings around which complementary site elements support a variety of outdoor activities.

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Adaptive Outdoor Spaces

Upfit is an adaptive structure with a modern style and endless flexibility to transform spaces into small community hangouts that invite people to create experiences. Upfit transforms underutilised spaces into sought-out destinations that provide power, light, surfaces, and shelter from the elements – all the things people need to live, learn, work, care, play, and travel outdoors. Upfit makes a place relevant, useful, and enjoyable.

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A canvas for natural bursts of colour, bringing a range of environmental & social benefits to the built environment.

Inspira is a flexible, modular retaining wall system, perfect for creating raised planting schemes in any location. Whether on a roof terrace, an inner-city public space, a retail park or educational facility, the flexible nature of Inspira can contribute to a development’s sustainability assessment, without compromising design intent.

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