- Static security guarding
- Concierge Services
- Store Detectives
- Uniformed Retail Loss Prevention Officers
- Traffic Control Officers,
- ‘Front of House’ Door Supervision staff
Thursday, 4 December 2014
Wednesday, 3 December 2014
Tuesday, 8 July 2014
- Installing a new roundabout at the junction between University Road and Gibbet Hill Road by the Arts Centre. This will require realignment of University Road to connect the roundabout and bus interchange to the existing University Road, providing an extra two-way entry and exit onto main campus from Gibbet Hill Road.
- Library Road will be permanently closed at its junction with Gibbet Hill Road and will only be accessible to service vehicles or disabled drivers from University Road from 23 June onward. It will be 2-way for the small number of vehicles allowed.
- Traffic calming measures including a raised granite table next to Radcliffe House and a 20mph speed zone between Benefactors and Scarman House.
- Reducing the width of the arms of the Scarman Road/Gibbet Hill Road/University Road roundabout to improve safety and pedestrian access.
- Constructing a right turn lane into Gibbet Hill campus
- Changing the Gibbet Hill Road/ Kenilworth Road/Stoneleigh Road junction to a roundabout. There will be pelican crossings on both Kenilworth Road and Gibbet Hill road near the roundabout
- Gibbet Hill Road from Cryfield cottages to Scarman roundabout will be completely closed to all traffic.
- Gibbet Hill Road from the car park 2 roundabout to Cryfield cottages, and around University Road until the area just before Health Centre Road, will be closed to traffic, with only buses, construction, service and emergency vehicles allowed access. (Orange line on map)
- There will be no through route from one end of campus to the other. All traffic destined for central campus (University Road and its car parks, and Scarman Road) must enter campus via Kirby Corner roundabout (near Varsity).
- All traffic destined for Gibbet Hill campus, car park 2 roundabout and destinations off Leighfield Road must enter campus via Kenilworth Road/Coventry Road and Gibbet Hill Road.
- There will be no through route via Leighfield/Scarman road.
- From 30 June, traffic lights will be in operation at Scarman roundabout while works are undertaken to reduce the width of the arms and to improve safety and pedestrian access.
- At times, traffic lights will be in operation at the junction of Kenilworth Road/Coventry Road/Stoneleigh Road/Gibbet Hill Road to enable the construction of a new roundabout.
Thursday, 26 June 2014
Thursday, 3 April 2014
Effective 17th March, SafetyNet Security Group took over the full on-site security requirements for Kingsnorth Power station in Kent. This is a 4-year assignment and we welcome aboard the 7 members of the new security team.
Otis Hanley, CEO SafetyNet Security Group commented “This now brings our existing portfolio with Brown & Mason to 4 projects. Having completed projects in Chingford, Tonbridge and Watford, I am pleased that our teams in Rickmansworth, St Albans and Farnborough continue to provide an outstanding service to our client. I am delighted that Brown & Mason have acknowledged the hard work we have put into ensuring they continue to receive a quality service”.
SafetyNet Security Group is delighted to confirm that we have now become an ‘Approved Supplier of Security Services’ to AMEY.
Amey works with public and regulated sector clients to help create better places to live, work and travel. They are the faces behind the services we all use each day whether it be the roads, the railways, schools, waste disposal, airports or the power you use to fuel your home. In fact almost everybody in the UK will use at least one Amey service today.
Amey operates over 320 contracts, providing an unrivalled range of services including utilities, highways, waste management, rail, justice solutions, social housing and facilities management. Services are underpinned by our leading consulting and asset management capabilities, which allow us to offer stand-alone or integrated service solutions to a range of clients.
Monday, 17 February 2014
security requirements for Dickens Heath Village Solihull, on behalf of GBR Phoenix Beard. Dickens Heath is the largest site in the UK on the GBR Phoenix Beard (Residential) portfolio.
We are delighted to announce that effective Mid-December, SafetyNet Security Group were awarded and took over the contract to supply ‘Front of House’ Staff to the brand new venue ‘Coast to Coast’ American Restaurant and Bar in Brindley Place, Broad Street Birmingham.
Otis Hanley, CEO of SafetyNet Security Group commented “This is an exciting opportunity for the company moving forward. Coast to Coast is part of ‘The Restaurant Group (TRG)’ who has more than 400 venues throughout the UK. The opening of the Birmingham venue is the eleventh Coast to Coast restaurant in the UK.