Access Barrier, Design, Manufacture and Install Automatic Barriers, Automatics Sliding Gates, Cantilever Gates, Telescopic Sliding Gates, Turnstiles, Manual Barriers, Manual Parking Barriers, Height Restriction Barriers and Automatic Swing Gates. Based in Halesowen in the West Midlands we offer friendly advice to anyone considering purchasing gates or barriers to their residential or commercial property and getting you a cost effective solution for your requirements. With our skilled fabricators and design office we can design and manufacture a custom built gate or barrier to suit your requirements.
Access Barriers steel fabrication services specialising in custom gate design, with an in house design team able to take your requirements and provide a cost effective design.
With our highly skilled fabricators we can offer a range of design and finishes to suit all requirements no project too big or too small from a one off to a batch run we can cater for any project size.
We also understand the importance of delivery on time, to work with our customers to deliver to an agreed time frame.
North Wales (Welsh: Gogledd Cymru), also known as the North of Wales (or simply the North, or in Welsh 'y Gogledd' in Wales), is a geographic region of Wales, encompassing its northernmost areas. It borders Mid Wales (or South Wales under some definitions) to the south, England to the east, and the Irish Sea to the north and west. The area is highly mountainous and rural, with Snowdonia National Park (Parc Cenedlaethol Eryri) and the Clwydian Range, known for its mountains, waterfalls and trails, located wholly within the region. Its population is more concentrated in the north-east, and northern coastal areas of the region, whilst significant Welsh-speaking populations are situated in its western and rural areas. North Wales is imprecisely defined, lacking any exact definition or administrative structure. For the public purposes of health, policing and emergency services, and for statistical, economic and cultural[note 2] purposes, North Wales is commonly defined administratively as its six most northern principal areas, but other definitions of the geographic region exist, with Montgomeryshire historically considered to be part of the region.
Those from North Wales are sometimes referred to as "Gogs" (from "Gogledd" – the Welsh word for "north"); in comparison, those from South Wales are sometimes called "Hwntws" by those from North Wales.
The region includes the localities of Wrexham, Deeside, Rhyl, Colwyn Bay, Flint, Bangor, Llandudno, and Holyhead. The largest localities in North Wales are the town of Wrexham and the conurbations of Deeside and Rhyl/Prestatyn, where the main retail, cultural, educational, tourism, and transport infrastructure and services of North Wales are located.