Akelius Residential Portfolio

Secure Access | Year: 2016 - 2019 | Sector: Residential


Turvec have been working with Akelius for the last couple of years on a number of their London developments. We have developed a bespoke bin store housing for their properties, and utilise a combination of bike shelters with racking and secure lockers to provide high-quality cycling and storage facilities.

Design team:

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Liam Carroll


  • Bike storage for visitors
  • Bespoke solutions for restricted spaces
  • Integrate bike parking with bin stores
  • Secure units for every tenant
  • Custom storage for each site


  • Sheffield stands – simple, functional storage
  • Cubic cycle shelter
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Cubic Wooden Bike Shelter

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Sheffield Cycle Stand

What clients have said

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"Turvec had a product that they can design, manufacture and install which met our needs, it was a simple process."

Cala Homes

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"My colleagues and I are getting to and from work without our bikes breaking down!"


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    Related Projects

    Our knowledge and expertise are informed by our experience of delivering quality bike facilities across a broad range of sectors for a variety of clients. Learn more about our previous work below.

    St. George’s Fields

    Working for St. George's Estates, Turvec designed and installed two secure timber bike shelters for residents. 52 parking spaces were created with high quality two-tier systems, complete with two public bike pumps.

    Carrs Lane, Dublin

    Turvec designed installed capacity for 130 bicycles across five different cycle shelters for this new residential development in Dublin. Two Cubic shelters with two-tier racks, three Cubic Open shelters with Sheffield stands.

    Southville Road Feltham

    Turvec designed and installed external Cubic bike shelters to satisfy the 90 bike storage requirement at Roseville Projects Southville Road site. The design used both mesh and timber.