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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 – 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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  • 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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  • 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 – 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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