Landmark were delighted to be awarded the tender for replacing the town centre fingerpost signage in King’s Lynn. This beautiful town has no less than 481 listed buildings, many of them medieval, and clearly it would take something special to capture its heritage and atmosphere. A particular aim of the new signage was to promote active travel modes and enhance the tourist experience of the town.
Our team selected the Bristol fingerpost sign for its versatility and durability. The colour scheme and fonts are designed to be timeless and easy to read, yet with the gold chevron ends providing an understated heritage accent. Multiple levels and infinite angles are a useful feature of this range, enabling it to be easily updated and extended over time.
The installation involved replacing old signage with new, but in areas where there was no existing signage a full CAT scan survey was completed to ensure safety. The finished result looks stunning and is a worthy counterpart to this very interesting town.
“I have always been impressed by the level of quality communication I have had between Harvey from Landmark and myself during the past two previous projects (the town fingerposts and the historic boards for King’s Lynn)”
Senior Tourism Officer, Borough Council of Kings Lynn & West Norfolk
This is a remarkable place – a 3.2km trail (that’s about 2 miles) that winds though Nene Park and into nearby Peterborough past a series of 13 sculptures.
This project involved the full design, manufacture and install package. Installation was carried out by our teams to the highest standard
Landmark were approached by Bracknell BID to supply signage and furniture around the lake and throughout the industrial area to promote the paths and trails in the area.
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