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Local Authorities

What can we do for you?

Our modular structures are designed to fit around roads, street lights and other street furniture with maximum accuracy. Events run by local authorities often have a need to erect stages in locations that have time sensitive limitations. Our modular system allows for greater flexibility, and is therefore favoured by some of the UK’s leading street festivals such as the Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree or the Oxford Street Christmas lights switch on.

Why choose our stages

Our modular system allows us to build level stages over uneven or terraced surfaces

The time taken for stage assembly is key to local authority street events, and our system is geared specifically towards speedy erection and dismantling

Our modular structures can fit alongside roads, street lights and other street furniture with maximum accuracy

Professional company with over 35 years of experience

A strong back office with dedicated account managers, in house CAD design team, and a highly experienced technical department

Our range of 70+ shapes (including rectangle, circular, wedges and triangles) allows us to design stages and platforms that are only limited by your imagination

Our aluminium stages are lightweight and designed for quick set up and dismantling with features such as adjustable legs and our proprietary deck joiners. This allows us to erect and dismantle our structure faster compared to standard steel stages

Our key offering for Local Authorities:

  • Full stage systems

  • Alidome Roof Systems

  • Stage extensions

  • Rolling risers

  • Front of stage barriers

  • Pedestrian barriers

We have worked with some of the world’s biggest brands such as:

Case Studies

Oxford Street Christmas Lights

How to build a 27’ stage on top of a landmark Oxford Street structure for the annual Christmas Light Switch On event

 

Batman, The Dark Night Rises

Circular stage to be arranged around the Statue of William Shakespeare and its surrounding fountain and flower beds In Leicester Square