Wednesday, 03 January 2024 / Published in News

The directors of Wilson and Scott, the longest established car park and road marking company in the UK, would like to wish all clients, operatives, and office staff a Happy and healthy New year.

We are now open for business and look forward to discussing your next project however big or small.

Contact us on 01753 671 600 or visit:

Monday, 13 November 2023 / Published in News

Wilson and Scott recently carried out a large and complex project at the Port of Dover, where over 4,600 meters of surface lining were laid, together with 78 pedestrian symbols, 240 queuing bay letters and numerous pedestrian walkways.

This project was coordinated with the client to minimise the disruption to this extremely busy site, at the same time, ensuring it was carried out on time and on budget.

Tuesday, 05 September 2023 / Published in News

The RAC states that there can be a 44% increase in wet braking distance between car tyres having a tread depth of 1.6mm instead of the recommended 3mm.

Tyre tread depth and tyre safety checks | RAC Drive

Although the legal limit for cars is 1.6mm across the central 3/4 of the tyre, the RAC article indicates that most tyre and safety experts recommend a minimum of 3mm. This is because reduced tread depth lessens the ability of tyres to disperse water which increases braking distances and raises the risk of aquaplaning and loss of grip.

So, to reduce the risk of collisions remember “Do it at 3 not 1.6”.

Wilson and Scott are the longest established line marking company in the UK and are committed to the well-being of our customers and staff when they travel on the UK road network.

Wednesday, 12 July 2023 / Published in News

Wilson & Scott were proud to have participated in the National Highways South-West Community beach clean-up event on Weston-Super-Mare’s beach in support of the ‘Surfers Against Sewage’ (SAS) campaign.

The event saw a fantastic turnout from the South-West group supply chain and importantly many from Wilson & Scott’s South-West Team, where a positive message was sent by our presence on the beach, with many supportive comments from the local community and visitors to the town.

Wilson & Scott are fully committed to working with local communities and the supply chain to help protect the environment, this is proven by our ISO 14001 certified environmental management system and continual devotion to working towards Net Zero.

Thanks go out to Lee Wheatley, Alan Davies, Adrian Eason, Errol Flynn, Dean Edwards, Ethan Wheatley, Mike Clarke, and Jason Stopps for their support and making the day worthwhile.

Wednesday, 14 June 2023 / Published in News

Wilson and Scott have recently completed a road marking refurbishment project in Colnbrook High Street, Slough, where a raised zebra crossing together with a more visible school entrance were dramatically improved.

Another successful project completed on time and on budget.

Wednesday, 24 May 2023 / Published in News

Dylan, the Health & Safety Manager and Viki, the Commercial Manager of Wilson and Scott visited two of their night teams on the M4 as part of the company’s on-going engagement tour.

This initiative brings management and the workforce together at various project throughout the UK, allowing the companies culture of care and concern to be reinforced, and at the same time, gaining a better understanding of any operational issues.

Additional benefits include, sharing ideas, supporting the workforce, building on existing relationships with customers and gaining a better understanding of new innovative materials being used.

This initiative continues to position Wilson and Scott as one of the leading road and car park markings organisations in the UK, where caring for its employees is part its DNA.

Tuesday, 09 May 2023 / Published in News

The directors, staff, and associates of Wilson and Scott, the longest establishes road marking company in the UK, extend their warm congratulations to His Majesty King Charles III on his coronation which took place on Saturday 6 May 2023 where he was crowned King of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth realms alongside the Queen Consort at Westminster Abbey.

We wish him a long and healthy reign.