November 22, 2017
City Hoardings has offices in London and Surrey and was set up in 2003. City Hoardings is the fitting arm of the business based in Wandsworth and 989 Design Ltd handles the design side based in the Surrey office.
The company specialises in Hoarding design, manufacture & installation, sign making and graphics. They not only put up hoarding but they can provide the design and finishes that modern hoarding requires using eye catching design, images, logos and graphics as well as keeping the local community up to date with the developments.
They have been involved with Supply Nine Elms 3 (SNE3) from the inception and attended the Meet the Buyers event in July as well as the Meet the Suppliers event with Rendall & Rittner in October.
Through an introduction from Supply Nine Elms 3 they have recently been awarded work to remove and replace older hoardings at Battersea Power Station as part of Phase 4a. The work has gone very well and the company is now on BPDC’s approved suppliers list and in line to pick up more jobs on the site in the future. They have also had a good introduction to Rendall & Rittner and are being considered for providing some wayfinding signage at the Corniche building.
“We found the ‘Meet the Buyer’ process incredibly helpful in putting us face to face with large business opportunities. We are now working with clients on projects simply not accessible without this process. Being a small business, having the opportunity to pitch to large developers on landmark projects close to home is something we always hoped possible when we started out back in 2003 however, in the real world this usually stays a dream, but thanks to the efforts of MTW Consultants and Supply Nine Elms, we are actively working with these clients and looking forward to meeting more buyers with a view to supply as many of them as possible.” Paul Benewith – Director of City Hoardings.
“An impressive service from City Hoardings, who responded quickly and enthusiastically to a last minute request. Paul and his team finished the job on time, and their workmanship and attention to detail was first class”. Adam Birch, Development Director, Battersea Power Station Development Company