Bollard Styles

Below are the various bollard styles that are suitable for village conservation areas, along with the dimensions. Please vote for your favoured style. Voting closes on 6 August 2013.

All bollards are durable hardwood and harmonise well with natural environments. The Ashdown & Epping ranges of bollards are extremely strong and have a good fire resistance, and are made from strong hardwoods such as greenheart, wallabe or opepe. The Garrick bollards are made from oak. Although more choices were shown at the EGM, only the bollards that are between 800-1000mm high are shown, as this height was recommended for protection against HGVs.
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Garrick bollard (800mm high)

Garrick bollard (800mm high)

Epping square bollard with groove (800mm high)

Epping square bollard with groove (800mm high)

Epping square bollard (800mm high)

Epping square bollard (800mm high)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Epping square bollard (800mm high)

Epping square bollard with groove & reflective tape (800mm high)

 

Ashdown circular bollard with groove (800mm high)

Ashdown circular bollard with groove (800mm high)

Ashdown Circular Bollard with groove (1000mm high)

Ashdown Circular Bollard with groove (1000mm high)

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