Ordering from Centrewire
All purchase orders are required in writing, by post, fax or email. Please include on the purchase order the following information:
- Full details of the products required
- Invoicing details - please supply address with postcode, contact name and telephone number.
- Delivery details - please supply address with postcode, contact name and telephone number
including mobile number if possible. Map and or directions to site if necessary
We accept authorised purchase orders from all local authorities, government organisations, and registered charities.
For all other customers we accept all major debit cards, credit cards, payment by BACS transfer or we can issue a Pro Forma Invoice.
We offer a nationwide delivery service. Alternatively customers may collect from our depot in Longton, Stoke on Trent by prior arrangement.
Every delivery will require the assistance of the purchaser in off-loading, as many of our gates are heavy. Any special delivery arrangements, including height or width restrictions must be noted on all purchase orders - attempted deliveries are chargeable.
GATES AND BARRIERS FOR URBAN AND URBAN FRINGE LOCATIONS
Many local authorities are now using our products in urban areas. They are finding that they are very robust and are successfully meeting the need to give good access to legitimate users while excluding others, notably motorbikes. This success has encouraged us to develop a wider range of barriers to meet the increasing demand.
BS5709:2006 FOR GAPS, GATES AND STILES
The BS has been recently revised. There are no significant changes but some aspects have been clarified and there is a stronger emphasis on safety. The principle of providing the least restrictive option is still at the heart of the BS and providers are required to assess the extent of any restriction caused by users by the provision of a gate, kissing gate or stile on a public path or right of way. The BS provides a definitive national standard and is being adopted by an increasing number of councils. Centrewire meets all the requirements of BS5709.
DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION ACT
Uncertainties in the 1995 Act have been clarified. The DDA now clearly covers access to public footpaths and other rights of way. Centrewire gates and fittings have been used recommended on a number of Countryside Agency pilot projects to improve access and our reputation for providing good access for all has remained unchanged.