Company details for Furnitubes International Ltd

Furnitubes International Ltd

  • 0208 (Display number) 0208 378 3200
Meridian House
Royal Hill
Greenwich London SE10 8RD United Kingdom

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About us

Furnitubes offers a complete Street Furniture Service, encompassing design, development, manufacture and supply. Furnitubes provides the reassurance, quality and care that have made them the UK's first choice for high quality street furniture, for over 63 years.

Furnitubes extensive product range includes; bollards, anti-ram raid security bollards, railings, cycle stands, cycle shelters, seating, litterbins, dog waste bins, cigarette bins, signage, tree grilles and guards, planters, sustainable products, recycled and recyclable products and DDA compliant products.

Supplied at competitive prices, all our products are guaranteed.

We can incorporate Identity so that items can be tailored to meet your individual requirements.  

We guarantee next day delivery on all stock items so you specify our products with confidence.

We manufacture in a wide array of materials including recyclable cast iron, aluminium, bronze, steel, stainless steel, certified legal timbers, polyurethane, recycled plastic, concrete and GRP.

We have a product to suit every environment and our team of qualified, knowledgeable designers are happy to adapt standard products to suit your requirements and offer practical advice.

Talk to our in-house technical experts, who will professionally manage the design, production and servicing of your bespoke products, allowing you to maximise your time.

Our dedicated team are on hand to assist you at every stage of your project from your initial enquiry to delivery of your order.

Furnitubes are committed to;

  • Quality: Recognised through accreditation to ISO9001:2000
  • Service: Through communication, effective staff training and investment in Information Technology
  • Reliability: Earning us repeat orders worldwide from thousands of satisfied customers
  • Design and Innovation: Having an in-house bespoke design team with an eye for detail – and the out of the ordinary
  • Fair Competition: Through effective pricing, the broadest range of standard products in the market plus courteous sales advice and reliable delivery
  • Environment: Recognised through accreditation to ISO:14001:2004
  • Health & Safety: Recognised through accreditation to OHSAS:18001

Articles/Press Releases

  • 04/06/2020 - Street furniture manufacturer launches foot-pedal hand sanitiser dispenser to help protect workforce returning to work
    A street furniture manufacturer has designed a hands-free, mechanical, hand sanitiser dispenser for use in offices, factories, schools, shopping centres and even public realm areas such as high streets and parks.
  • 17/01/2020 - Come and see us at SPECIFI Landscape - London
    What is SPECIFI? Specifi is a series of specifier focused events that takes place across eight major cities in the UK.
  • 03/12/2019 - Palmerston North, New Zealand
    Palmerston North is a city located on New Zealand’s North Island, 100 miles north of the capital Wellington, and a gateway to attractions in other parts of the region, including the Tongariro National Park, and Ruahine and Tararua mountain ranges.
  • 03/12/2019 - Radcliffe, Manchester
    Radcliffe is a small town on the banks of the River Irwell, located roughly midway between the towns of Bury and Bolton in north Manchester.
  • 03/12/2019 - St. Albans Place, Leeds
    Vita Student accommodation at St Albans Place in Leeds is an 18-storey / 376-studio apartment development with additional facilities including communal dining areas, a coffee lounge, cinema rooms and a gym.
  • 03/12/2019 - Furnitubes joins the Made in Britain community
    Manufactured in the UK
  • 12/11/2019 - Great Yarmouth Station, Norfolk
    Great Yarmouth Station is located across the River Bure around half a mile from the town centre, and previously connected only via the busy Acle New Road Bridge.
  • 12/11/2019 - The importance of recycling
    These days there is a lot of confusing information on the web about recycling and reusing materials.
  • 14/10/2019 - What is a pocket park?
    Cities and other busy urban areas are always looking at how to improve life for their residents and make the most of any space. Although there are a few different ways to go about this, one that is becoming very popular with many cities is pocket parks.
  • 14/10/2019 - Museum Street, London
    The Post Building – on the site of the former Royal Mail Sorting Office - is a 260,000 sq ft grade A office development on New Oxford Street in the heart of central London.
  • 14/10/2019 - The Bomber Command Memorial, London
    The Bomber Command Memorial in Green Park in central London commemorates the sacrifice of the 55,573 aircrew of RAF Bomber Command (from Britain, Canada, Czechoslovakia, Poland and other countries of the Commonwealth) who lost their lives in World War II, as well as civilians of all nations killed during raids.
  • 14/10/2019 - Bligh's Meadow Shopping Centre, Sevenoaks
    Located on a triangle of land between the busy shopping areas of London Road and High Street, Bligh’s Meadow is an infill development on the site of the town’s former bus station and car park, housing over 30 stores and eateries in the heart of Sevenoaks, Kent.
  • 14/10/2019 - The Hepworth Wakefield Garden, West Yorkshire
    The Hepworth Wakefield opened in 2011 to house Wakefield’s art collection and provide a legacy for Barbara Hepworth in the town in which she was born.
  • 10/04/2019 - Royal Albert Docks, London
    The largest of the three Royal Group of Docks in East London, Royal Albert Dock was opened in 1880 and loaded its last vessel some 100 years later, leaving vast swathes of derelict land for many decades after.
  • 10/04/2019 - Stockley Park, London
    Originally opened in 1986, Stockley Park is a 60 hectare business estate located in west London close to Heathrow Airport and with excellent links to the M4 and M25.
  • 10/04/2019 - Colindale Offices, London
    Located in the regenerated area of Grahame Park in north west London, the new 10 storey Colindale Offices comprises 90,000 sq ft of space to accommodate relocated London Borough of Barnet staff and also community facilities including social services, a business innovation hub, a café and a public conference suite.
  • 10/04/2019 - Enfield Town Park, London
    Enfield Town Park, which first opened in 1902, is a 9.5-hectare green open space in the heart of the Enfield Town, north London.
  • 07/02/2019 - Introducing the new Uniun® product range
    Designed by Furnitubes’ in-house designers, Uniun offers contemporary solutions for seating and planters for both internal and external spaces.
  • 12/11/2018 - Manor House Ground, Abbots Langley, Hertfordshire
    Manor House is a local neighbourhood sports ground, home to Abbots Langley Cricket Club and also including a football pitch, three tennis courts and a play area, with the village Community Centre building alongside.
  • 12/11/2018 - North Portsea Island Phase 3 Flood Defences, Portsmouth
    The North Portsea Island Scheme involves the replacement of 8.4km of coastline protection of low-lying land in the City of Portsmouth.
  • 23/10/2018 - Cotton Field Wharf, New Islington, Manchester
    Cotton Field Wharf is the latest build-to-rent residential community from the Manchester Life Development Company, offering over 300 new rental apartments in three 7 and 8 storey building blocks.
  • 23/10/2018 - Sir William Siemens House, Didsbury, Manchester
    Since its construction in the late 1980s Sir William Siemens House has stood as a landmark building at the southern gateway to Manchester, on Princess Road, the main route into the centre from the city’s airport.
  • 23/10/2018 - Moor Park, Preston, Lancashire
    In 1833 Preston became the first of the new industrial towns to create a municipal park by enclosing 100 acres of Preston Moor and renaming it Moor Park.
  • 23/10/2018 - 45 Millharbour, London Docklands
    45 Millharbour is a residential development of two 14-storey towers and a 7-storey linking block on the west side of Millwall Inner Dock, in the heart of London’s Docklands.
  • 23/10/2018 - Mercia School, Sheffield, South Yorkshire
    With a 25% increase in the birth rate in Sheffield since 2002 and 1,000 more children entering education each year, the city has embarked on a programme of delivering new schools to supplement capacity in established neighbourhoods.
  • 23/10/2018 - Nicky Hopkins Memorial Bench
    Nicky Hopkins was a session musician who worked with many artists and appeared on some of the most well-known tracks of all time, including The Rolling Stones’ Sympathy for the Devil and She's a Rainbow, John Lennon’s Jealous Guy and You Are So Beautiful by Joe Cocker
  • 25/05/2018 - Stanway Quarry, Colchester, Essex
    Tarmac’s Stanway Quarry near Colchester is a 77 hectare site that supplies 500,000 tonnes of high-quality sand and gravel products each year for concrete, asphalt, drainage, paving bedding and sports / horticultural purposes.
  • 25/05/2018 - University of Essex, The Sports Centre, Colchester
    The University of Essex in Colchester runs a leading BSc Sports Performance and Coaching degree programme and has associations with a number of national sports governing bodies, including Volleyball England, Basketball England, Rugby Football Union and the Lawn Tennis Association.
  • 25/05/2018 - University of Leicester, Brookfield Campus
    Brookfield - a satellite site to the central campus - is a recent acquisition that the University of Leicester is developing to offer supplementary and upgraded teaching facilities and office accommodation for support staff.
  • 21/03/2018 - Chobham Manor, Stratford, London
    Chobham Manor is one of five new neighbourhoods being built at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Straford, east London.
  • 21/03/2018 - Rowhill School, Aldershot, Hampshire
    Rowhill School in Aldershot has undergone a complete transformation in a £5.5 million building and grounds redevelopment scheme.
  • 21/03/2018 - Westquay Shopping Centre, Southampton
    Located in central Southampton, close to the city’s docks, Westquay is an 800,000 square feet shopping centre spread over four levels and containing 150 retail units and restaurants.
  • 20/02/2018 - Lincoln High Street
    As part of the Lincoln High Street improvement scheme Lincolnshire County Council required seating with a significant visual presence to be used as part of traffic-calming measures as well as providing useful short term seating for shoppers.
  • 20/02/2018 - University of Leicester
    Fielding Johnson Square lies at the heart of the University of Leicester main campus, flanked by three distinctive high rise buildings from the 1960s
  • 20/02/2018 - The Donkey Sanctuary, Sidmouth, Devon
    The Donkey Sanctuary was founded nearly 50 years ago and has become globally renowned for its work, now having over 6,000 donkeys in its care worldwide.
  • 08/11/2017 - Westgate, Oxford
    Originally opened in 1972, the Westgate Centre in Oxford has been the city's main shopping destination for over 40 years.
  • 28/09/2017 - Northamptonshire Police HQ, Kettering, Northants
    With outdated facilities at Corby and Kettering Police Stations, Northamptonshire Police required a new custody suite in the north of the area, as the existing cells no longer met Home Office standards or Safer Detention guidelines.
  • 28/09/2017 - Bullring Shopping Centre, Birmingham
    The Bull Ring has been at the commercial heart of Birmingham since the Middle Ages, when a market was first held on the site.
  • 12/07/2017 - Ruskin Square, Croydon, London
    Situated in the heart of Croydon, Ruskin Square is a 2 million sq ft development designed to create a high-quality environment in which to work, relax and live, ultimately providing 625 new residential units.
  • 21/06/2017 - Dreamland, Margate, Kent
    First opened as a pleasure gardens in the late 19th century, Dreamland is an historic amusement park in the seaside town of Margate, Kent.
  • 21/06/2017 - Euston Road, Camden, London
    Euston Road forms part of London’s Inner Ring Road, is the northern boundary of the Congestion Charge zone and one of the capital’s heaviest trafficked routes.
  • 21/06/2017 - Sybil Andrews Academy, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
    Sybil Andrews Academy is a £22M new-build middle school in the town of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
  • 21/06/2017 - Dollar Bay, London Docklands
    Dollar Bay is a residential development of 115 apartments and penthouses in Canary Wharf, London.
  • 03/05/2017 - Ibstock Junior School, Ibstock, Leicestershire
    Ibstock Junior School is located in the village of the same name in north Leicestershire.
  • 03/05/2017 - Dollar Bay, London Docklands
    Dollar Bay is a residential development of 115 apartments and penthouses in Canary Wharf, London.
  • 23/03/2017 - Five benefits of using trees in urban design
    We take a look at five great reasons you should include trees in your urban design.
  • 23/03/2017 - Royal Albert Wharf, Newham London
    London’s Royal Docks – comprising the historic Royal Albert Dock, Royal Victoria Dock and King George V Dock – formed the largest enclosed docks in the world in their heyday of the early 20th century.
  • 10/02/2017 - Tobacco Dock, Tower Hamlets, London
    Tobacco Dock is a Grade I listed warehouse in the Docklands area of London’s East End.
  • 10/02/2017 - Princes Park, Eastbourne, Sussex
    Princes Park in Eastbourne, Sussex - a popular site that is well used by both the local community and visitors alike - is set within a residential area to the east of the town centre and its famous Victorian era pier.
  • 19/01/2017 - Myatts Field North, Lambeth, London
    Awarded best regeneration project for the second year running at the London Evening Standard New Homes Award, the £174M Myatts Field North regeneration scheme in Lambeth, London, will make it a more open, welcoming and green environment for all.
  • 19/01/2017 - One Palace Road, Streatham Hill, London
    Located in south west London, One Palace Road is a brand new development of one and two bedroom luxury apartments in this exciting, vibrant and upcoming area of the capital.
  • 19/01/2017 - Princes Park, Eastbourne, Sussex
    Princes Park in Eastbourne, Sussex - a popular site that is well used by both the local community and visitors alike - is set within a residential area to the east of the town centre and its famous Victorian era pier.
  • 17/11/2016 - Ronald McDonald House, Lambeth
    Helping families for over 25 years, Ronald McDonald House Charities provide free 'home away from home' accommodation to families whilst their child is in hospital.
  • 17/11/2016 - Hughes Hall, Cambridge
    Founded in the 19th century, Hughes Hall is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge and the oldest of just four colleges that admit only mature students, most of whom are on postgraduate study programmes.
  • 18/10/2016 - Gainsborough Square, Bristol
    Gainsborough Square is a public open space in the Lockleaze neighbourhood, in the northern suburbs of Bristol.
  • 18/10/2016 - Begbroke Science Park
    Owned and managed by Oxford University, Begbroke Science Park, located in Oxford has been the home of research facilities since 1960.
  • 12/10/2016 - Putting an end to foul play
    Britain's dog population has risen steadily from five million in 1970 to 8.3m today – we take a look why it is so important to dispose of your dog’s mess in the right way.
  • 12/10/2016 - Hot Walls, Portsmouth
    The Hot Walls - part of Portsmouth’s harbour fortifications dating back to the 15th Century - have stood as open empty structures for many years.
  • 12/10/2016 - Green Dragon House, Croydon
    Located in the heart of Croydon, Green Dragon House was an anonymous and vacant 1960s office building prior to its redevelopment into 119 luxury award-winning one and two bedroom apartments.
  • 11/10/2016 - Parque del Agua, Spain
    Benches of the World, a new spot inside the Parque del Agua.
  • 11/10/2016 - Gainsborough Square, Bristol
    Gainsborough Square is a public open space in the Lockleaze neighbourhood, in the northern suburbs of Bristol.
  • 01/07/2016 - 5 great reasons to encourage your staff to cycle to work
    We always hear about the benefits of cycling, so we've put together 5 great reasons why you should be encouraging your staff to cycle to work.
  • 01/07/2016 - Tonbridge Town Lock
    Client: Kent County Council
  • 02/06/2016 - National Picnic Week: 11th - 19th June
    What makes a perfect picnic? For the last decade, the art of picnicking has been celebrated with National Picnic week, which in 2016 is from 11th – 19th of June. The week is aimed to provide people with the ideal opportunity to get together over a picnic, with advice, tips and information to make sure you have everything you need to create the perfect picnic.
  • 23/05/2016 - Heston Park
    Heston Park - in Hounslow, West London – is the latest example of the council’s commitment to providing quality local community parks and open spaces.
  • 28/04/2016 - Furnitubes sponsors Progardens at RHS Malvern Spring Festival
    Contemporary design for older urban spaces’ That was the brief that garden designers Progardens set for themselves when they approached their show garden for the Malvern Spring Festival 2016. Furnitubes is delighted to be able to provide the contemporary seating they wanted to complement their design.
  • 27/04/2016 - Sun Pier, Chatham
    Sun Pier, located on the River Medway, has been a prominent feature of Chatham’s historic waterfront since its construction in the 1860s.
  • 20/04/2016 - When is a bench more than a bench?
    We love benches at Furnitubes. After all, we design and produce some of the finest benches in the world today.
  • 15/04/2016 - Coronation Gardens, Dudley
    Coronation Gardens - a picturesque green space in the centre of the Black Country town of Dudley - has undergone a major upgrade to enhance the town’s historic quarter and to create a physical link between the town centre and Dudley College campus.
  • 15/04/2016 - Dubai Design District
    Dubai Design District, d3, was developed in 2015, the design originated from the UAE Prime Minister, Sheikh Mohamed bin Rashid al Moktoum as a result of a vision he had.
  • 15/04/2016 - Long Causeway, Peterborough
    Peterborough City Council set Furnitubes the challenge of designing a series of benches that would become central features of the Long Causeway regeneration project.
  • 15/04/2016 - Mark Street Gardens, Hackney
    Mark Street Gardens is a small, tranquil green space close to the busy Great Eastern Street in London's popular Shoreditch area.
  • 15/04/2016 - Colwyn Bay
    The Colwyn Bay Waterfront Project combines the renewal of coastal defences with regeneration improvements, creating a modern, sustainable and attractive waterfront for over a 2 mile length of promenade in the popular North Wales resort.
  • 15/01/2016 - One New Bailey - Project
    Located in the heart of the City of Salford, adjacent to the Central train station just across the River Irwell from Manchester’s busy Deansgate area, New Bailey is a state of the art new office development.
  • 13/01/2016 - Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls
    The Excelsior Building is a new addition to the impressive Haberdashers’ Aske’s School campus in Borehamwood, providing a new performance hall, mezzanine café, function room and general teaching spaces, together with courtyard improvements and roof top terraces.
  • 13/01/2016 - Cardiff and Vale College
    Cardiff and Vale College received a £20m grant from the Welsh government to transform the delivery of education and further training courses across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan.
  • 13/01/2016 - International Bomber Command Centre
    The International Bomber Command Centre (IBCC) near Lincoln was created to provide a world-class facility to serve as a point for recognition, remembrance and reconciliation for Bomber Command.
  • 13/01/2016 - Dudley Zoo
    The architecture at Dudley Zoo dates back to 1937 when the then owner, the third Earl of Dudley, chose a team of modernist architects to design the zoo.
  • 13/01/2016 - Thomas More Square
    Thomas More Square is a ‘business village’ on the edge of the City of London, adjacent to St Katherine Docks and the Tower of London beyond.
  • 06/01/2016 - Furnitubes celebrates 70 years of Street Furniture supply
    Furnitubes International Ltd, a leading supplier of park and street furniture, welcomes 2016 as its 70th year in business.
  • 12/02/2015 - Brownfields Estate, Poplar
    Client: Poplar HARCA/London Borough of Tower Hamlets Contractor: Blakedown Landscapes Architect: PRP Architects
  • 12/02/2015 - M&S Wolstanton
    Client: Marks and Spencer and McLagan Investments Ltd Architect: RPS Group Contractor: Mclaren Construction
  • 12/02/2015 - Leicester's Golden Mile
    This new seating has really helped improve the look and feel of the area, and is something that local residents have told us they wanted. Along with the other works taking place, including improvements to shop fronts and better street lighting, this will really help make the most of the Golden Mile's unique character - Peter Soulsby, Leicester City Mayor
  • 10/04/2013 - Elements Outdoor Seating Range
    The NEW Elements seating range puts YOU firmly in control of the design. The range utilises standardised components, or ‘elements’ to allow the creation of 1000s of seating combinations, providing unique solutions to match your site and budget; with the option to easily modify seat options in the future.
  • 28/07/2011 - Furnitubes New Bell Bollard – The BELL150
    Furnitubes Bell Bollard is the ORIGINAL and ONLY traffic bollard that can solve multiple traffic management problems and is PROVEN to save lives!
  • 28/07/2011 - Furnitubes Innovative Seats & Tables supplied to Manchester School Refurbishment Scheme
    Furnitubes Blyth Benches and new Pensby tables were recently installed as part of St Peter’s Roman Catholic High School’s, £3.1m refurbishment scheme.
  • 20/05/2010 - Litter Bins
    Furnitubes favourite bin now available post mounted
  • 20/05/2010 - Furnitubes New College Junior Cycle Stand
    The College Junior is a smaller version of the classic College cycle stand,
  • 06/05/2010 - Feeder Pillars
    Feeder Pillars by Furnitubes now available in stainless steel
  • 06/05/2010 - Litter Bin
    Furnitubes favourite bin now available in stainless steeel
  • 06/05/2010 - Ferry Post & Rail Range
    The latest edition to their rail and post range are introduced by Funitubes International,
  • 06/05/2010 - Street Furniture Light Strips
    Illuminating LED Light strips have been added to Furnitubes range of Contemporary Zenith street furniture range.
  • 17/07/2009 - Furnitubes Bollards power through the economic downturn
    In the current economic climate increasing numbers of consumers are favouring the traditional street market which has lead to a greater need to provide traders with an easily accessible source of power.
  • 14/07/2009 - Furnitubes Portman litter bins supplied to Flagship Playscape in West London
    Furnitubes International recently supplied their Portman litter bins to the King Georges' Field Playscape, Hanwell. The first full size flagship playscape in West London.
  • 17/06/2009 - Street furniture and landscape furniture catalogue launched
    Furnitubes International, one of the UKs' premier street furniture and landscape furniture manufacturers have launched their biggest ever catalogue.
  • 10/12/2008 - Furnitubes Launches Website for Smokers
    Furnitubes, the uk’s leading supplier of street furniture, park furniture and amenity furniture have announced the launch of their new smoking solutions e-commerce website
  • 08/07/2008 - New Look for Furnitubes’ Bell Bollard
    Following on from the success of the BELL100 bollard, which is currently recognised as the leading solution to damage caused by vehicles with heavy payloads, Furnitubes announce the latest addition to their range, the BELL138.
  • 30/06/2008 - Furnitubes New Lambeth Street Furniture Range
    Lambeth launch amazing line of design and enviromentally aware street furniture

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Furnitubes International Ltd

Excellent. An efficient, reliable, easy and friendly service with good sales backup, and easy to follow web site. I would recommend Furnitubes to any other company


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