Posted on 18th January 2021
Various studies have shown that the numbers of workers moving away from our cities has been increasing year on year. In 2019 for every nine adults moving into London for example, 10 were moving out. With nearly a year of living with Covid people are reloc
Posted on 6th January 2021
JCDecaux has developed a new digital phone kiosk that could literally save lives. Usually an advertising company they have set about designing innovative street furniture that combines the latest in digital advertising technology with a range of free publ
Posted on 16th December 2020
As we know in excess of 50% of the world's population now lives in our cities with this trend set to increase year on year. So how can we make these overpopulated urban areas more attractive? Self-powered street furniture could be one of the solutions of
Posted on 8th December 2020
With all in the world moving purposefully towards sustainable design we have to consider not just the movement of going green but also the social and economic benefits. Solar powered lighting for streets and recreational areas play a crucial role in the w
Posted on 2nd December 2020
Within our modern environment many factors can affect our mental health, including of course our environment. Certain aspects of urbanisation and the loss of opportunity for experiencing nature on a regular basis for some people can affect levels of menta
Posted on 18th November 2020
Well-being is as we know inextricably linked with our surrounding environment and it is proven that natural landscapes have a positive effect on our mental health. It is for this reason that urban planning now demands the inclusion of urban green infrastr
Posted on 4th November 2020
As we tentatively move forward into a new normal and post covid landscape, we at Bailey Street Furniture Group celebrate all that is new and innovative in the world of street furniture. We are constantly asking how we can make YOUR personal bubble better?
Posted on 20th October 2020
For the first time in history, more than 50% of the world’s population now lives in urban areas. By 2050 this is expected to increase to a whopping 66%. Surprising when we all live with the knowledge that cities are damaging our health!