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Logic Street Scene new website launch

Logic Street Scene new website launch.

After months of hard work by the team, we were super excited to announce the launch of our new website in June. Go and check it out at:
We have had a great response from our clients and wanting to share it with others in the parks, landscape and urban design industry.

This is just a start. We are constantly updating and adding new product lines, info on projects we have been working on, inspiration, insights and more so keep checking in to see the latest.
View some of our latest projects at:

Logic Street Scene is a family business providing a solution based focus from concept to completion.
We specialise in the importation, design, manufacture, distribution and installation of high-quality, European inspired, street furniture. From off the shelf products to customised bespoke designs that meet your needs. We have complete control over how the project is managed from design through to installation.
Working with urban designers, landscape and urban architects, councils, clubs,
schools, commercial, and infrastructure consultancy firms, we see your vision and turn it into a reality.

To contact us visit

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