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  • The Hot Topic – ‘Wood’ Now be the Right Time for a Sustainable Alternative to Timber?

    Back at the start of June we discussed why timber prices had increased by 80% and how many construction sites, residential projects and other jobs had been delayed and disrupted due to this issue. You can read the hot topic ‘Navigating the Increasing Timber Prices with Alternatives’ here. We are now a month on from […]

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  • 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, […]

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  • Product Spotlight – FenceSafe Hoard

    Normally hoarding wouldn’t be a product that would be considered in the security sector but thanks to the research and development team at CLD Fencing Systems, their new FenceSafe Hoard can now provide sites with a secure temporary solution to protect assets and the public. As the United Kingdom’s largest manufacturer of Rigid Mesh Fencing […]

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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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  • 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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  • The Hot Topic – Influencing Crime: How to Stop an Internet Craze of Trespassing?

    July 2017; Youtuber and social influencer Ally Law broke into the Surrey based theme park, Thorpe Park, and climbed their tallest rollercoaster Stealth in order to take a selfie at its highest point. This seemingly innocent act could’ve caused highly serious ramifications for the park in question, such as property closures, decreasing number of visitors […]

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  • Construction Site Fencing for Manchester Metrolink

    Revolutionary FenceSafe Temporary Construction Site Fencing keeps Manchester Metrolink expansion safe and secure. Manchester Metrolink’s £350m project, which started in 2017, will expand the tramlines around Manchester which in 2017/18 saw 41.2 million passenger journeys. The new Trafford Park line will branch off from the existing Pamona stop and call at 6 new stops including […]

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  • Temporary Fencing Solution Approved by Network Rail

    CLD Fencing Systems help make Cruden Construction’s site safe for construction with Temporary Fencing Solution. When Cruden Construction looked at beginning work on their new site in Salford, Manchester they had one major concern to address before work could begin. Along one side of the perimeter backs directly onto the busy network rail Manchester to […]

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  • Security Fencing and Gates for Travis Perkins

    CLD Fencing Systems supplies 6km of security fencing and gates solutions for Travis Perkins Regional Distribution Centre. Travis Perkins, the UK’s largest timber and builder’s merchant, has begun operations from its brand new Regional Distribution Centre in the Burtonwood area of Warrington. The 11 acre site means that all 150 branches in the region can […]

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