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  • The Hot Topic – How has COVID-19 Affected Domestic Crime?

    When people think of burglaries, they usually imagine an individual sneaking around in the dead of night. However, surprisingly most burglaries are committed during the daytime whilst many of us go to work, meaning intruders are less likely to be disturbed. But with most of us staying in and working from home during this COVID-19 […]

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  • Inverness Temporary Fencing – COVID-19 Testing Centres

    After the successful set up of a number of COVID-19 Testing Centres north of the border; A-Plant (Sunbelt Hire) chose to use the speed of the RRPST (Rapid Response Physical Security Team) yet again to secure a new testing centre in Inverness. With the site due to open on 26th April, CLD Fencing Systems managed […]

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  • The Hot Topic – Can the Construction Industry stand the cost of COVID-19?

    One thing is for certain, the world will never be the same after the COVID-19 crisis, but as we enter our fifth week of lockdown a number of areas need to be looked at. Whilst, the construction industry as a whole has come in for some bashing over recent weeks due to comments in the […]

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  • The Hot Topic – Losing Connection Between 5G and COVID-19

    COVID-19 has taken away our ability to socialise in person and enjoy the freedom of public places, but the one thing holding this country together is the connectivity we have; allowing us to video chat friends and family, conduct our work and live as much of a normal life as possible. However, whilst the rest […]

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  • Adaptive vs. Temporary Security: What’s the Difference?

    During these uncertain times, we know how important physical security measures are in keeping sites and people working on the frontline safe. But with pop-up hospitals and testing centres, permanent fencing solutions are not often feasible for these temporary sites, which is why CLD Fencing Systems temporary and adaptive solutions could be what you’ve been […]

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  • COVID-19 Testing Site Security – Edinburgh Airport

    Security, Privacy and Rapid Response. Three of the characteristics of the new COVID-19 Testing Site at Edinburgh Airport. When A-Plant (Sunbelt Rental) contacted the RRPST on Bank Holiday Monday to see if we could supply, on a hire basis; 550m of 2.4m Fencesafe Eclipse with Privacy Scrim Netting and Ballast to Edinburgh Airport for set […]

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  • Helping the NHS to Test for COVID-19 – Aberdeen Testing Centre

    At a time when most of the UK was preparing to stay at home and help protect the NHS for the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, members of the COVID-19 Rapid Response Physical Security Team came to the aid of NHS Grampian to make sure that the latest COVID-19 Testing Centre in Aberdeen was secure. Against […]

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  • Adapting to COVID-19 – Supporting the NHS

    Supporting the NHS is just one of the many facets of the COVID-19 Rapid Response Physical Security Team (RRPST) from CLD Fencing Systems. When a supplier of hospital and ward temporary screening systems was unable to source vital parts, they contacted the RRPST to help with a major project for one of the new NHS […]

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  • Protecting the NHS – NHS Louisa Jordan Temporary COVID-19 Hospital

    With the NHS facing its biggest call to arms outside of war time, no one can say that the COVID-19 crisis is business as usual. These extraordinary events have called on companies across the UK to adapt at lightening pace to support the front-line organisations and new projects. One of these is the NHS Scotland […]

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  • The Hot Topic – No More Picnics in the Park

    During these uncertain times, the UK Government have had to make some difficult decisions, including the enforcement of a UK wide lockdown. The lockdown set out by PM Boris Johnson came with a set of specific guidelines to follow in order to curb the spread of COVID-19. The allowance to leave the house only for […]

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  • FenceSafe Temporary Fencing – Permanent Solutions in a Temporary Format

    Back in 2016, CLD Fencing Systems launched a ‘Revolution in Temporary Security Fencing’ in the form of FenceSafe. Since then, CLD Fencing Systems has gone on to develop multiple versions of FenceSafe in a range of temporary mesh systems including Profiled, Twin Wire and 358 all of which offer the same security and safety as […]

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  • The Hot Topic – How Panic Buying is Leading to Theft and More… Protecting Livestock

    With everyone uncertain about the current crisis, the UK population has been left with unanswered questions and panic stricken buying habits. Supermarkets have seen an influx of stockpiling during the COVID-19 outbreak, leaving shelves empty and many without basic necessities. However, with many desperate and unable to find food within their local supermarkets, crime within […]

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  • The Hot Topic – Event Security with Martyn’s Law

    The 22nd May 2017 was no ordinary day for Britain, for Manchester and for those who attended the Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena. It will forever be the day a horrific act of terror was displayed. Just minutes after the final song, with many leaving early to beat the queues, a suicide bomber detonated […]

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  • COVID-19 Statement

    Statement on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) COVID-19 Update 22/05/20 As we move to a new ‘normal’ we continue to open up further areas of our business so we can support customers and clients across multiple sectors and around the globe. Our entire estate has now been made COVID SECURE and we operate with added signage and floor […]

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  • The Hot Topic – Physical Firewalls for Data Centres

    When people think of data centre protection, they often jump to cyber security and safeguarding information from hackers. Earlier this year a Rwandan data centre, which held most of the country’s Government information was attacked by hackers. This left servers and related Government websites like the Presidents and the state army’s offline for hours. Data […]

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  • The Hot Topic – Void Spaces, Unauthorised Access & Unwanted Occupants

    Whether you’re the landlord of an empty commercial building or the owner of a vacant car park… one things for sure, unauthorised access is a common occurrence. But what happens if they won’t leave? At the start of February 2020 a Hampstead landlord was notified that a squatter had moved into their vacant commercial building […]

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  • The Hot Topic – Non-League Football Clubs Blind Sided by Criminal Activity

    What do Market Drayton FC, AFC Bridgnorth and Croydon FC all have in common? Sadly, it’s not their love for the big game; but a series of incidents including vandalism and break-ins.   Back in 2019; Market Drayton Town Football Club was subject to three break-ins within the space of a few weeks. These incidents […]

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  • A Golden Thread in Construction – From Concept to Completion and Beyond

    “The need for a ‘Golden Thread’ of information… So that the original design intent is preserved and changes can be managed through a formal review process.” – Building a Safer Future 8.4 When the Grenfell Tower incident occurred on 14th June 2017, 72 people lost their lives with more than 70 others injured. In the […]

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  • The Hot Topic – Developed Terror, can we fight back…

    What if rather than the threat of terror there was a cold certainty that you would experience it on a regular basis? No, we are not talking about the United Kingdom or even Europe at that stage, but rather the developing countries. Over the last 4 years there have been 4121 Terror Attacks carried out […]

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  • The Hot Topic – How to Steal Pigs and Influence… Rural Crime?

    “Some embark on farmyard heists whilst others are devoted to back-bedroom chicken sanctuaries,” a quote taken from Channel 4’s new documentary ‘How to Steal Pigs and Influence People’. Whilst, many may think this is part of the positive vegan uprising, The National Pig Association have expressed grave concern of the glamorisation and condoning of livestock […]

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  • The Hot Topic – BREXIT – Are we ready for border control?

    Whether you are remain or leave; one thing is now certain. From 11pm, GMT on the 31st January 2020 the United Kingdom will no longer be part of Europe. But what does this mean for ports and airports as they look towards the future relationship with the remaining EU27? Well firstly, if you have ever […]

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  • The Hot Topic – Is a Shortcut Worth Risking Your Life?

    “All I remember was a thud and being on the floor and then there was just this horrendous smell of burnt hair and skin… I accepted it. I just knew I was going to die.” Chris Dos Santos This quote, as shocking as it is, was taken from a survivor who had stepped on the […]

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  • V Mesh Fencing – Can you tell the difference?

    With its classic profiled shaped panels; strangely one of the first questions we are often asked is ‘What exactly is V Mesh Fencing?’. Designed to offer a low-level physical perimeter security on a budget, the name actually refers to any rigid mesh panel that has the identifiable V Profile to it. Normally manufactured from a […]

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  • Construction Security – Crimes Against Construction

    The Home Office reports that in 2015 over one fifth (21%) of all business in the Construction Sector experienced crime; mostly vehicular theft (7%), burglaries (6%) and thefts (6%). In total there were 141,000 crimes against construction premises over the 12-month period of which 81,000, almost 60% were made up of burglaries, vandalism, robbery and theft, a shocking statistic. With over 64% of these crimes […]

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