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Sign shop

Signs for private use, use on the highway and wrapping or advertising for your vehicle. 

Can the council produce signs for private use?

The council has a fully-operational Sign Shop that utilises the latest technology in sign manufacture. We are able to produce any sign in any shape, with virtually any image.

For examples of the types of signs we can create please view our image gallery:

View the Sign Shop Gallery on Flickr (external website)

If you wish to make an enquiry regarding the production of a sign please fill in our enquiry form and a Sign Shop representative will contact you to assist you with your requirements and to provide you a quotation.

Can the council produce signs for use on the highway?

The council produces the vast majority of the traffic signs and tourism signs throughout the county. We can also produce signs for tourism requirements and temporary signs for major events, however these signs will require certain permissions from the council to allow them to be used on the highway. To enquire about obtaining these permission please visit the Signs, lines and advertising  page of the website.

If you wish to make an enquiry regarding the production of a sign please fill in our enquiry form  and a Sign Shop representative will contact you to assist you with your requirements and to provide you a quotation.

Can the council perform vehicle wrapping or produce images for my vehicle?

The council has the capability to provide both complete vehicle wrapping, partial vehicle wrapping, or installation of specific images and advertising to a vehicle. All vehicles involved will be required to undergo an inspection from our sign shop technicians prior to any works being undertaken to check the condition of the bodywork and the suitability of the vehicle.

If you would like to make an enquiry regarding vehicle wrapping or advertising please leave your details on our enquiry form  and a representative of our Sign Shop will contact you to assist you with the process and provide a quotation.

Last Updated: Friday, 08 June 2018