Who should use Gate 3 Media?
Property owners with an existing advertising site who are looking to maximise their investment. Property owners who believe that their site has the potential to host an advertising display.
What makes a good site?
The million dollar question, just like any other property asset it is down to the location and the local competition. Ideally sites should have good un-obscured visibility, long site lines, be alongside central metropolitan routes, and on very busy A roads or Motorways.
What factors determine the type of display erected?
This will be driven by the commercial nature of the properties in the area, plus the number and style of the advertising panels near by.
Is this going to affect my current business or my existing tenants?
No as long you carefully analyse the property to ensure that the advertising displays can be located on corner land plots or gable walls in areas that are peripheral from the every day activities of businesses.
How much space do you need?
This is down to the type of panel erected, but even the largest of tower sites need only take up the space of a car at ground level, with the main structure overhanging the land.
Who pays for the structure?
This depends on the scale of the investment, the rental terms etc., but one would expect this to be covered by the outdoor media operator.
How easy is it to obtain planning permission?
This depends on a number of factors, the main obstacle being the local councils' general view regarding the aesthetic appearance of outdoor advertising; this can vary greatly across the country. The council must only judge the suitability of the particular site based on issues over safety and visual amenity.
Who pays for the planning application?
This will be handled and paid for by the outdoor media operator.
Will the displays be illuminated?
Possibly, either via overhead or internal lighting, again this depends on the location and the demand for advertising in that area.
How long are the agreements for?
This can vary greatly and is open to negotiation.
Can you co-ordinate temporary hoardings around a re-development?
Yes we can, developments need to be in really busy metropolitan locations.