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UK Specialists in Tensioned Fabric Structures and Pods Since 2000

Why Invest in a Walkway Canopy?

All-Weather Protection Walkway Structure

With the unpredictability of the British weather (no matter what the so-called season) a walkway canopy is a great investment to help keep your customers, guests, staff or students dry throughout all the recent rain storms.

Keep your customers dry

A walkway fabric structure is one of the best ways to provide all-weather protection for people entering and exiting a building or walking between buildings. If offers a flexible and cost-effective way of providing protection with a really strong aesthetic look, and most importantly will keep customers or staff dry on all those wet days, and shaded from the glare of the sun on all those hotter days.

They are ideal for joinng two buildings which are a distance apart or creating a link between two buildings. Having a modular structure enables you to follow a straight, curved or wave form depending on your required route, or even to snake around existing trees!

Open up your site

As a site expands over time, facilities can become detached from their surrounding buildings. A walkway canopy can essentially become a covered corridor to keep everyone beneath it dry whilst walking from building to building or car park to building. As well as offering year-round protection from the elements, it will enhance the overall appearance of the area.


Walkway structures can be free-standing or wall-mounted to best suit your situation and space, providing a seamless connection between two external environments.

Walkway canopies are ideal for:

  • Car parks
  • Linking ANY buildings
  • Anywhere where customers may have to queue

And are a popular solution for:

  • Schools
  • Universities
  • Airports
  • Shopping centres
  • Care homes
  • Hospitals
  • Hotels
  • Leisure attractions
  • Garden centres

Take a look at some of our walkway projects for inspiration or contact us today with your requirements. 

By Abi Smith, 1/22/2024