Sustrans – Streets for everyone campaign

The creation of safe streets where walking, cycling, scooting and wheeling can take place safely is a growing priority in our communities.

A place where people can use the streets safely, without the danger and the health implications posed by traffic, is fast becoming a reality in many towns and cities.

As the leading UK manufacturer and supplier of roadside safety barriers, Hardstaff Barriers provides a range of products designed, above all, to keep people safe on the roads.

During the last year, the demand for Hardstaff’s range of concrete and steel barriers in built-up areas to create cycle lanes, alfresco dining zones and to increase space for social distancing has increased significantly.

Hardstaff Barriers’ pedestrian segregation and cycle lane safety guide can be found here.

Following the Covid-19 pandemic, working with Amey, on behalf of Sheffield City Council, the company installed barriers in West Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, to separate pedestrians from the road and tram line.

Working with Amey on behalf of North Lanarkshire Council, Scotland, Hardstaff supplied a number of barrier systems that were installed on roads across North Lanarkshire, providing additional space for pedestrians and cyclists.

In addition, pubs, food shops, and even schools, have enlisted Hardstaff Barriers’ support to install robust barriers to aid social distancing and to protect members of the public.

The charity, Sustrans, is leading the #StreetsForEveryone campaign, promoting the wide-ranging benefits of creating space for local communities to walk, wheel and cycle.

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Contact Hardstaff Barriers’ expert team at or on

0115 983 2304