Cafe Barriers

Easy Order your cafe Barrier System

Cafe Barriers specialists with FIVE different systems to choose from. Cafe Barriers are an ideal way to create an indoor or outdoor drinking or eating area for bars and restaurants, to section off areas of a showroom or display area, or for use in queue management.

FIVE different Cafe Barriers Systems to suit all requirements and budgets, along with Pedestrian Guidance and Rope Barrier Systems.
FIVE different Cafe Banner materials to choose from. Send us your print ready artwork or a design brief.

Budget – from £144 (2 posts, 1 banner)
Select – from £188
Style – from £144
Premium – from £234
Ultimate – from £295

Choose from our Budget (10kg base) range right up to our Ultimate (25kg) Cafe Barrier range with a choice of marine-grade stainless steel or solid wooden posts. Read our Guide to Buying Cafe Barriers here.

Beware! Other suppliers often advertise their Cafe Barrier systems as ‘heavyweight‘, when in reality they are only 8-9kg and unsuitable for outdoor use in all but the most sheltered locations. Talk to us about your venue and location and we will advise on a range of cost-effective solutions.

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Posts, Crossbars, Banners, Ropes, Fixings, Accessories and Spares always in stock.

Call us for advice and a bespoke Cafe Barriers quotation.

Call 01253 897840

Your cafe barrier artwork can be printed onto our PVC, PVC Blockout, Mesh, Fabric or Heavy Duty Canvas Cafe Banners.

Stainless steel mirror finish, Brushed steel finish, Powder Coated or Natural Wooden posts and weighted bases or fixings can accommodate our banners and crossbars or simple rope systems.

10kg Standard bases are suited to indoor or sheltered outdoor areas – ask for our 16kg to 25kg Heavyweight bases for locations where wind gusts may be an issue.

Optional base fixings include Ground Sockets, Surface Mount Plates, Wall Brackets and our new Magnetic Post Fixings.

We also supply Replacement Cafe Banners for your existing system – ask for details

Easy Order your cafe Barrier System

Equality Act Compliance

Is an Equality Act (formerly DDA) compliant system required? If so, then our systems with wheelchair friendly bases and lower cross arm are required. The shallow post bases allow the wheels of a wheelchair to easily roll over them, and the lower cross arm acts as a tapping rail for the visually impaired.

Most County and Local Councils insist on compliance to these regulations, as do individidual shopping centres and malls.

Take care to check your local regulations before specifying your system.

Reviews

5 star rating  My banners are absolutely perfect. Strong, high print quality, deep colors and impeccable finishes. Fantastic price too. Thank you very... read more

Paulo Santos Avatar Paulo Santos
3/01/2018

5 star rating  Very pleased with our cafe barriers. It's great to be able to upload multiple designs onto the same order without... read more

Olivia Wilkinson Avatar Olivia Wilkinson
3/01/2018

5 star rating  Banner World are simply the best. Good Prices, fast delivery times and excellent quality. Nothing is too much trouble for... read more

Chris Farnworth Avatar Chris Farnworth
2/27/2018

5 star rating  Banners were delivered very quickly, and were of high qaulity material and print. Very competitive price. And brilliant customer service.

David Coulton Avatar David Coulton
2/26/2018

5 star rating  Great Customer service, assisted us with the order process and banner delivered quickly, really happy with the quality of material,... read more

Darran Guy Avatar Darran Guy
2/02/2018

5 star rating  Great quality - fast turnaround - just what we needed!

Govardo Avatar Govardo
9/11/2017

Choosing Cafe Barriers

Cafe Barriers are designed to define, divide or enclose outdoor or indoor areas. Printed banners are supported by crossrails and heavy duty posts. In most areas the systems are portable, allowing them to be moved into place as required, then stored when not required.

What Can A Cafe Barrier System Offer?

With the increased popularity of alfresco dining and drinking, making use of your outdoor space has never been as important. Cafe Barrier systems help to create comfortable and attractive areas for your customers whilst offering a stunning branding opportunity.

Creatively designed banners can be eye-catching and ensure that your premises stand out from the competition.

What Is Important When Choosing A Cafe Barrier System?

Firstly, you need to consider where the system is being used – indoors, outdoors, sheltered area, exposed area, high traffic area etc. Certain systems are more suited to specific areas; for example, exposed or high traffic areas would require our heavier 18kg post and base, whereas sheltered or indoor areas will suit our lighter 10kg posts and bases.

Any outdoor system can be affected by wind gusts, it may be worth considering wind permeable banners, such as our Mesh Banner range.

Cafe Barrier Layouts

The configurations for Cafe Barrier Systems are endless and can be designed to suit your exact requirements. here are a few possibilities…


 

Cafe Barrier Layout


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Cafe Barrier Layout

Banner Types

PVC Single Sided Cafe Banners – The least expensive option, PVC banners are printed in full colour on ONE side. These are waterproof, easily cleaned and relatively hardwearing. From £30.00 each.

PVC Double Sided Cafe Banners – Heavy duty PVC banner fabric, printed both sides in full colour. These are waterproof, easily cleaned and very hardwearing. From £60.00 each.

PVC Mesh Cafe Banners – Mesh PVC banners allow wind to pass through. They are lightweight, printed one or both sides in full colour, waterproof, and easily cleaned. From £30.00 each.

Blockout Cafe Banners – Polyester Fabric banner with a black resin back, full colour printed.

Fabric Cafe Banners – Polyester canvas material with a blockout liner, suitable for indoors or outdoors, printed full colour single or double sided. POA.

Heavy Duty Canvas Cafe Banners – Made from marine-grade coated cotton canvas and printed one or two sides. Choice of canvas fabric colour (over 30 available). POA.

Planning Permission

All local Councils have to ensure that the publics right to use a highway are not detrimentally affected. Public highways include footpaths, pavements, market places, parking spaces and verges.

Councils usually class an area of the public highway where tables and chairs may be used or food and drink is consumed as Pavement Cafés.

A lot of Councils are generally supportive of Pavement Cafes because they facilitate enjoyment in the local area.

Generally, all parts of the public highway may be used for Pavement Cafés as long as all safety and non-obstruction requirements are met. Each local Council will however have their own guidelines. Some require you to fill out Pavement Café application forms for a ‘Pavement Café Licence’, whilst others require you to obtain planning permission and/ or listed building Consent (This will usually be from your Local Planning Authority). With any of these scenarios there will usually be fees. Remember each County Council will have their own rules and guidelines.

If you wish to serve alcohol at the Pavement Café you will undoubtedly need a liquor licence from your Council’s Licensing Authority.

A local Council will sometimes undertake an assessment of suitability based upon the size and location of the area in which you plan to have a Pavement Café, it will also take into consideration the width of the footway and other surrounding businesses input.

If planning permission is required you may be asked to submit a site plan, here is a list of points to consider when producing this:-

  • Proposed boundaries
  • Building line
  • Kerb line
  • Café Banner Kit layout and dimensions
  • Points of access and dimensions
  • Trading days and times
  • A copy of your Public Liability Insurance

Section 115.E of the Highways Act 1980 gives Local Authorities the powers to licence and regulate items such as Café Banner Kits displayed on public highways. Please click here to view this.

The role of the public highway is to allow the public to pass and re-pass so when using Café Banner Kits they must be managed and maintained in a way that protects the rights and safety of all users with special attention to wheelchair users and those with impaired vision.

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