Tuesday, November 17, 2020
Achieving the 5 Ds of Perimeter Defence with High Security Fencing
High security fencing doesn’t just provide a physical barrier between your facility and an attacker. It can provide the foundation for a complete perimeter defence system.
Friday, November 13, 2020
The Hot Topic – What Does it Mean for the Security Industry to go Green?
The conversation around sustainability has been in discussion for a while, and many industries have embraced and incorporated ‘green thinking’ into the heart of what they do. High polluting industries have strived to reduce their effects like the automotive sectors introducing eco-friendly electric cars and even the retail industry aiming to decrease their carbon footprints […]
Tuesday, November 17, 2020
Best types of High Security Fencing
From rigid mesh fencing to palisade security fencing, there are a number of high-security fencing options to choose. But which one is best.
Thursday, October 15, 2020
The Hot Topic – Electrical Substations: Danger Signs are There for a Reason
Back in September of this year, a substation based in Leyland in Lancashire was subject to a break in with the intruder tampering with the equipment whilst putting their life on the line by trespassing. But this wasn’t the only intrusion, as for the past 5 weeks 6 electricity substations in the area have been […]
Thursday, October 1, 2020
The Hot Topic – Are Socially Distanced Festivals & Outdoor Concerts the Future?
Festival season is coming to an end, which has meant many venues have been forced to postpone their events until 2021 due to the COVID-19 outbreak. But with many festival and concert goers missing the atmosphere and live music from these gatherings, some venues have taken a different approach to ensure fans get this experience […]
Friday, September 25, 2020
Rising burglaries shows need for high security fencing
The number of burglaries committed at building sites has been on the rise in the last few months. Just a few days ago North Yorkshire Police urged the public to be vigilant following a rise in burglaries at new home building sites in Harrogate. Even as far back as March as the country first started […]
Tuesday, September 1, 2020
The Hot Topic – Sports with Spectators in a Post Pandemic World
Over the past 4 months, scheduled sporting events for 2020, like the Euro’s, have been postponed or cancelled, leaving fans disappointed. However, with full lockdown over and restrictions easing, fans were pleased to welcome the Premier League season back in June… but behind closed doors. In order to keep within social distancing and health […]
Friday, August 21, 2020
Timber Hoarding vs. Composite Hoarding – What’s the Difference?
When many people think of a hoarding system, they often consider timber solutions or more specifically plywood hoarding. This is the main reason why hoarding construction systems are overlooked for security sectors due to the market dominated by plywood solutions. But that’s about to change with the latest advancement in hoarding construction systems, FenceSafe Hoard, […]
Friday, July 24, 2020
The Hot Topic – What’s Happening to the Steel Industry Amidst COVID-19?
“The UK’s backbone is made of steel. There can be no post-pandemic economic recovery without a strong and healthy steel industry.” Labour MP Stephen Kinnock, Secretary of Westminster’s Cross-Party Group on Steel. With the steel industry having faced hardship in the past, it comes as no surprise that COVID-19 has completely disrupted the balance for […]
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Product Spotlight – MODSEC
Product Description MODSEC is the new revolution in adaptive physical security and is a concrete modular solution for projects. As an adaptive security measure, it provides a true deterrent against attack and can be installed either at ground level or fitted as a trench system. Specifications: RC40/50XF equivalent Cement content: 360kg/m3. Cement type: CEM1 […]
Friday, July 3, 2020
The Hot Topic – Protecting Listed Buildings & Heritage Gardens Against Crime
Britain’s heritage buildings and gardens have been inherited from our past and preserved for future generations to enjoy… but some criminals see this as a money-making scheme. Heritage crime has been an issue for listed buildings and heritage gardens for years and it hasn’t shown signs of slowing down in recent times. Crime against heritage […]
Monday, June 8, 2020
The Hot Topic – What Will the New Normal Look Like for Construction?
As March the 26th hit and the UK went into lockdown to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, the construction industry was hit with another setback; as many non-essential construction sites were forced to postpone projects and securely close their sites for the foreseeable future. When looking at the monthly IHS Markit/Cips snapshot, it shows the […]
Tuesday, June 2, 2020
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 […]
Friday, April 24, 2020
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 […]
Monday, April 20, 2020
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 […]
Tuesday, April 7, 2020
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 […]
Thursday, February 27, 2020
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 […]