New images of stunning public realm at Shakespeare’s Birthplace

We have captured new images of Fitzgerald’s successful completion of public realm works at Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon. The scheme included laying high-specification Yorkstone and Kellen paving, provision of street lighting and new trees, along with the introduction of 22 shallow mount decorative bollards to meet Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) measures.

The scheme has been further enhanced by the inclusion of a new Shakespeare statute and has brought a revitalised frontage for the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, an improved gateway into the town and providing an uplift for shops and businesses.