Langley Design worked with Vistry Homes on their new Archfield development in Warfield, Bracknell. Archfield is a new exclusive development of just 52 homes with a mix of 4 & 5 bed properties aimed at families looking for modern living. We were approached by Vistry to produce a new bin store for the site to hide the unsightly resident’s bins. In new housing developments, bin store structures are now a key addition and successful design brings benefits both in terms of reducing visual impacts but also of improving convenience for the people living in new homes. We manufactured and installed our Sheldon bin store made from C24 structural grade treated redwood timber and has lockable front gates for added security. The addition of a pergola-style roof hides the unattractive contents from the resident’s view while keeping the cost down and improving the aesthetics of the finished product.
Langley Design have a range of bin stores which can be made bespoke to any site requirements. These come with a range of roof options which can be fully secured or completely open with timber walling. With our extensive experience and knowledge, we can offer a solution that is tailored to the amount of smaller household bins or larger industrial wheelie bins that need to be enclosed.Download Project Case Study
Project Reference: LDINV2512
Contractor: Vistry Group
Job Type: Supply & Install
Sheldon Bin Store SBS303n/s