Derry Public Realm
This £148,000 project was designed through partnership working by the City Council landscape architects and officers from North West Development Office and was delivered by the Department’s Civil Engineering colleagues.
Visiting the area recently, the Northern Ireland’s Minster for Social Development, Minister Nelson McCausland said: “I am pleased to be in Londonderry today. This regeneration project has created a small area for rest and relaxation within the busy city centre and provides the perfect place from which to view both the Guildhall, its surroundings and the Peace Bridge. I understand that this area has been enthusiastically received by both those who live and work in the City and those who visit it.”
Hartecast’s high quality Public Realm Street Furniture was extensively used across this site and further enhanced the continuation of the City Centre’s overall public Realm £8M project and which in now home to many other Hartecast products.
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Derry City Centre
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“Derry City Council has installed street furniture throughout the city centre and on the historic city Walls. Hartecast who supplied the street furniture have been a pleasure to deal with as they specialize in high quality street furniture and understand the key challenges faced by Council like durability as well as aesthetic appeal. I’m happy to recommend them.”