April 19, 2021


Streetspace Group has been awarded a place on ESPO Framework 615 to supply street furniture. Through the framework Streetspace Group can supply and install a number of products including external bin stores, shelters, canopies and cycle racks among other products.

Nigel Deacon, National Account Director for metroSTOR comments: “I am delighted that such a wide range of our products can now be procured swiftly and easily on the ESPO Public Sector Procurement Framework. Our comprehensive range of street furniture products aim to provide our customers with easy to specify solutions of the highest quality, while still being cost effective.

We believe that outdoor spaces are central to the community and we are proud to be part of this fabric. Through considered design, our street furniture, structures, and housings help influence an affinity with the surrounding environment; delivering social, economic and environmental value.”

“Our framework allows for customers to have quick and easy access to a wide variety of street furniture products from a range of suppliers. We have worked hard to ensure that the framework meets a wide range of requirements and is straightforward for customers to use. “ – Emma Baker, Procurement Officer at ESPO.

This ESPO Street Furniture framework (615) offers customers a quick, simple and competitive route to purchase a wide range of outdoor furniture including shelters and canopies (such as bus shelters and cycling racks); waste bins (litter, novelty, dog waste and cigarette) including plastic and metal options; recycling bins/units; solar compacting smart bins; grit bins and salt spreaders; a range of seating including benches and picnic tables available in timber, metal and plastic options; and a variety of bollards.

All of the suppliers on this framework have been selected for their experience and ability to provide customers with a comprehensive range of products that combine quality and value.

The framework is available for use nationally by any public body in the UK including, but not limited to:

  • Schools & Academies
  • Local Authority Establishments
  • Police & Emergency Services
  • NHS & HSC Bodies
  • Central Government Departments & their agencies
  • Registered Charities

 

Full details on the framework can be found here.