F.A.Q

What are the restrictions on public waiting shelters?

Waiting shelters are a welcome sight in any area where people gather for more than a few minutes.

The most common place to find a waiting shelter is a public transport stop, be it bus, tram or train. Glasdon waiting shelters can be specified with optional extras, including timetable boards and perch seating, that make the wait for the next bus that little bit easier.

Waiting shelters are becoming a common sight outside school gates, as parents congregate to catch up while waiting for their children to finish lessons. Parent waiting shelters tend to be larger than transport shelters - they're not restricted by the width of pavement, and have to house larger numbers of people.

Whatever kind of shelter you need, Glasdon UK can provide it. Our in-house team of technical designers will work with you to tailor the product to meet your requirements. We offer free, no-obligation site surveys and provide CAD drawings of your shelter before production to ensure your total satisfaction.

To talk to us about your shelter requirements, call us today on (01253) 600 410, or email enquiries@glasdon-uk.co.uk .

Wednesday, March 05, 2014

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