Sterling

Sterling has an established profile, suitable for traditional and heritage environments.

Due to the complexity of this product we do not currently offer online ordering, please contact us directly to order.

Extra Information

Want to order in bulk?

Discounts can be made available for larger orders or projects.

Please contact our customer services team to discuss further on +44 (0) 1225 816522

Or contact our Business Development team;

UK North & Midlands:
Steve Parker +44 (0) 7824 866586

UK South:
Mel Murphy +44 (0) 7818 017257

Export:
Corinne Sarkissian +44 (0) 7771 663890

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Description

The Sterling classically styled plastic bollard is a great alternative to steel street furniture, ideal for vehicle/pedestrian demarcation in traditional high streets.

  • Attractive and practical alternative to steel decorative bollards
  • Ideal for vehicle/pedestrian demarcation in traditional High Streets
  • Authentic profile, suitable for traditional and heritage environments
  • Maintenance free, will not rust and requires no painting

General bollards are not to be used as delineators (a delineator is a post, placed at the edge of a carriageway, to indicate the alignment of the road and/or to warn of a hazard during daytime conditions).

Specifications

Fixing Options: Anti-Ram, Permanent (Refer to downloads)
Measurements (mm): 170Dia x 800H
Materials: UV stabilised Medium Density Polyethylene (MDPE)

Delivery

Leafield Environmental products are made to order and our standard turnaround from order placement to dispatch is 3-4 weeks.

Delivery charges are based on pallet load and location;

Mainland UK;

All orders under £200.00 + VAT will be charged at £22.00 + VAT.

All orders over £200.00 + VAT will receive free delivery.

Other Locations;

Please contact us directly for orders outside of Mainland UK as these will be subject to additional shipping costs based on weight and location.

To find out more please phone: +44 (0) 1225 816522

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