Re: Hasn't El Reg heard of ramraiding before?
Concrete filled steel bollards are common here in the US, but usually only around perineal robbery favorites like convenience stores, liquor stores, jewelry stores, abortion clinics and government buildings.
You don't often see them in higher income parts of town because robbery takes an entirely different form there, often disguised as things like 'APR', doctor bills and invoices from lawyers.
In seriousness, high end stores often have pneumatic bollards with sensor arrays out quite a ways from the doors. If they detect large, vehicle shaped things coming toward the building they deploy and lock in place until manually reset. Our insurance requires us to have some manner of vehicle barrier at all the doors, but we have to move really, really big things through those doors, so we went with the pneumatic type. They're serious things.
I'm actually quite surprised Apple doesn't have them, as they are generally considered the 'best'. As you might heard, Apple makes a pretty big deal about the 'best'.