We supply, deliver, install, maintain (and design) flagpoles UK wide
We've installed flagpoles in many many different locations - from front gardens to the roof of the Palace of Westminster. We installed the first ever flagpole to the main tower at Carmarthen Castle in 2012 (historic moment!); designed and installed the banner arm flagpoles outside the Millennium Centre in Cardiff and repaired to full working order the flagpoles at St Mary's Church in Swansea and St Luke's Church in Glastonbury this year - to name but a few of the variety of work we do. Our 50x flagpoles continue to stand proud around Aberystwyth promenade and many more on forecourts, towers, turrets and town halls nationwide.
Red Dragon Flagmakers are UK distributors for Danomast.
Dano Mast A/S provide a ten-year warranty against breakage of flagpoles due to production defects when used with the correct size of flag in winds up to 55 miles per hour – a guarantee which beats everyone else in the market place.
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UWTSD (University of Wales Trinity St David) SA1 Exhibition Centre, Swansea
Here we show the installation of custom made brackets, poles and flags made for the entrance to the building of the new University of Wales Trinity Saint David's SA1 Exhibition Centre in Swansea (November 2016).
Golf clubs, hotels, yacht clubs, businesses and banks through the UK have our flagpoles and flags and we're happy to maintain and repair flagpoles even when they are not originally sourced from us.
Danomast and commissioned flagpoles
We deliver, install and maintain all flagpoles and are distributors of Danomast quality fibre glass and aluminium poles. We also offer a maintenance and repair service on flagpoles (of any make) not originally supplied by us and we also accept commission for banner arm flagpoles and custom made steel post flagpoles.
Planning permission for a flagpole
You may find the following downloadable documents of interest.
Written originally in 2007 by the Communities and Local Government office on 'Outdoor advertisements and signs: a guide for advertisers' (see page 21 for flag specific info), it has since been updated - see 'plain English' version. Also included is a Telegraph newspaper article confirming that in October 2012 Pickles announced that planning permission to erect a flagpole in England was no longer required. Restrictions do however remain in Wales, England and Northern Ireland but its worth noting that if you are a property owner or have permission from your landlord or council you may be able to to erect a flagpole without too much of a problem.
'Planning regulations which require express consent for flag flying [were] scrapped for England [in] October 2012'.
See our flag and pole accessories section on this website for the flagpoles we offer or call us today to discuss your requirements - we're here to help - 01792 466732
... and not forgetting the need for indoor flagpoles. Ceremonial flagpoles are a great way to smartly display a flag. See below for details.