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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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  • The Hot Topic – Government App Stop’PING National Security in their Tracks?

    July 2021 saw the UK Government giving England the green light with zero restrictions on all activities and industries. With these actions, many assumed the numbers of those contracting COVID-19 were down and individuals could start getting back to normal. However, once the doors were open for the public, came the flood of ‘pings’ from […]

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  • The Hot Topic – New Protesting Laws Act as Catalyst for Protests

    On the 9th of March, the Government proposed a new Police, Crime, Sentencing & Courts Bill to the House of Commons for 2021. “The first duty of government is to protect its citizens and communities, keep them safe and to ensure that they can get on with their daily lives peacefully and without unnecessary interference.” […]

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  • The Hot Topic – Is a Physical and Cyber Security Convergence on the Cards?

    On Wednesday the 6th of January 2021, an act of insurrection was committed when rioters stormed the Capitol building in the US for the first time in almost 200 years. Hoards of rioters flooded through the entrance, past Capitol police in a bid to disrupt the confirmation of Democrat Joe Biden as their new president. […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • The Hot Topic – Difficult Times and Tougher Borders

    Back in 2015, more than 1 million people crossed international borders into Europe, with the majority of these immigrants choosing small Greek villages as a gateway to progress further into Northern Europe. Five years ago, it was a different story as these villages welcomed these individuals with open arms and offered them what they could. However, […]

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  • The Hot Topic – New Term, New Rules: How Will Schools Adjust to COVID-19 Safety Guidelines?

    With a new school year, comes new COVID-19 safety guidelines for all students heading back to full time education after months of being away from school premises. The Government made the difficult decision to close all schools and nurseries during the height of the global pandemic to reduce the risk of transmission, and ultimately save […]

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  • 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 […]

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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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  • 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 […]

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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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  • Railway Security – The Hot Topic, forget HOT and WHAT and start with WHY

    At 06.29 on the 8th May 2019, a train stuck an abandoned vehicle on the Morris Cowley Branch Line near Kennington Junction, Oxford. It took over 9 hours for Network Rail to deal with the incident; and return possession of the track at 15:55. 23 minutes later; the driver of another train on the same […]

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