Providing services

Our products are designed to benefit everyone who comes into contact with them.


For the public, we provide street furniture and technology that enhances the everyday. For our advertisers, we offer powerful communication channels for their brands. And for our partners, it’s about delivering services that benefit the community. We work with our partners to invest in cities and other public spaces, such as transport and shopping hubs, where people congregate. These services are tailored to the individual requirements of each partner. 

Tailored products

Portrait of Britain

For the last five years, we have partnered with the British Journal of Photography to celebrate the many faces of modern Britain by bringing portraits to our UK screens.


Each year, the British Journal of Photography invites the public to submit portraits of people in their community. The exhibition showcases 100 winning photographs across our network of digital screens in roadside, rail and retail environments. The winning photographers have their portraits seen by millions of people as they embark on their everyday journeys, brightening up their commutes and embedding their work in the consciousness of people across the length and breadth of the UK.

Supporting communities

We strive to bring change to the cities we operate in. We work with our partners to help make their communities vibrant and inclusive.


Brightening up Princes Street

For the last five years, we have partnered with the City of Edinburgh Council to offer local school children the chance to light up Princes Street in Edinburgh with their festive card designs. Every year, hundreds of pupils from across the city enter the competition and the winning designs are displayed on our digital bus shelter screens.

It must be really exciting for the pupils and their families to see their designs on show for the public and all the entries deserve special mention. I’m delighted JCDecaux UK are once again promoting the cards on the digital bus shelters in Princes Street - it will definitely bring festive cheer to shoppers! Cllr Alison Dickie, Vice-Convener of The Education, Children and Families Committee

Community gardens

A unique collaboration between local residents, Wandsworth Council and ourselves, resulted in a thriving community garden in south west London. The land surrounding The Putney Tower was transformed into a green space benefitting the community and encouraging bees, birds and wildlife through careful planting. The area has been landscaped to produce a garden with flowerbeds and a winding pathway that enables residents to enjoy plants such as the evergreen viburnum opulus that retains its leaves all year round and rosa rugosas which flower in summer and produce red hips (fruit) in winter.

When I first saw the garden, it immediately brought a smile to my face. This little pocket garden will do the same for locals and passers-by, giving them a place to enjoy and be proud of. After all, people always take pride in something that is well-cared for. Councillor Ravi Govindia, Leader of Wandsworth Council
From left to right: Phil Drye, Councillor Ravi Govindia, Carolyn Singer, Tim Mack and Martin Stephens