APL Assist Burnley Borough Council


A 150 year old Grade II listed former cotton mill in Lancashire is being given a new lease of life in a ambitious project that has led to visits from Prince Charles.

During Princes Charles visit, Aerial Platforms Limited (APL) equipment was on site, looking as pristine as ever thanks to our PDI system and Eco-Friendly Powered Access Washer.

Burnley Borough has approved plans for Burnley University Technical College on the site of the disused and dilapidated Victoria Mill and APL were on hand to assist with the requirements.

Due to the confined space on site, APL’s Cherry Pickers, PAVs, and scissor lifts needed to be crane lifted into place but we were more than happy to assist with ensuring this was not a issue for our customer, leaving our customer to concentrate on  other finer details on this regeneration scheme.

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Written by:
Aerial Platforms
27th May 2013
COVID - 19

COVID – 19

Here at APL/APC we are committed to safety and are actively doing our part to reduce the chances of COVID-19 spreading. Whilst we employ a number of these practices anyway, we are taking extra care that all of our staff follow them.

Upon returning to our HQ, each machine is thoroughly cleaned with G101 multi purpose cleaner and extra attention is taken on high risk areas of the machine such as keypads and control boxes using special Biocidal cleaner.

All of our drivers have been given special disinfectant wipes and cleaning supplies to keep their trucks clean and reduce the risk of spreading the virus.

We are also disinfecting our offices daily and have adopted many safeguarding techniques including keeping a 2m distance between any two people at one time.