Well-protected perimeters makes all the difference when securing your property, staff, plant and equipment. The perimeter of any building/site has the highest number of security vulnerabilities, where intruders can gain unlawful access without detection – especially if unprotected.
Our perimeter solutions are designed to be the first line of defence in protecting your assets – whether you’re securing a construction site, protecting a vacant property or securing an area of high footfall.
Clearway leads the way in innovative and forward-thinking perimeter protection solutions, from physical deterrents such as security gates and turnstiles, security barriers and electric fences to event driven remote CCTV monitoring. Find out more about our perimeter solutions below.
No two sites are the same so for all perimeter security enquiries, we recommend a thorough site assessment, with our experienced security experts, to analyse key threats and vulnerable points in your perimeter, and provide the right combination of technology and physical solutions tailored specifically to your security needs.
Robust security gates provide an obvious physical deterrent – their sheer presence is often enough to ward off unwanted intruders. Our security gates not only help to deter criminal activity but also act as access control systems to easily manage incoming and outgoing vehicles, staff and visitors.
We provide a wide range of gates for a number of applications including:
Clearway has a wealth of expertise fitting effective security gates and turnstiles, providing a swift, efficient installation service to minimise disruption. We provide a vast array of industry-proven gate technologies that can be integrated into the most advanced and stringent security systems and protocols. Our automated gates are supplied with full risk assessment certification.
Clearway offers both manual and automatic security barriers designed to suit your needs. Specifically designed with high security in mind, our security bollards have a number of technological features designed to offer your business a long-term, reliable, efficient and smooth operation. These capabilities include:
Security barriers allow for comprehensive access control – whether you wish to prevent vehicles from parking in a private space, integrate entry gates within a number plate recognition access control system, or need automated bollards to avoid cars from leaving without paying.
Whilst we provide a number of physical solutions, CCTV adds an extra layer of security, ensuring that you have eyes on your site and perimeter at all times. Through our state-of-the-art NSI Gold Remote CCTV monitoring facility, we provide a full range of intelligent, interactive monitoring packages tailored to give you the best value from your CCTV investment. Our remote CCTV systems include:
Our experienced operators, trained to the very highest standards, are supported by the latest technology – giving you full control and total peace of mind. Whether it is a commercial, industrial or residential property, we can tailor a package which will reduce false alarms and dramatically improve crime detection and intervention.
Clearway partners with you to ensure you receive a complete security solution which meets your needs for now and into the future – total security and absolute confidence.
Electric fences provide a unique mix of both physical and psychological restraints for anyone who attempts to breach your perimeter security. Our smart electric fence solutions not only protect your perimeter, but have built-in monitoring technology to instantly report incidents back to our alarm receiving centre.
Electric security fences can be combined with CCTV surveillance, remote alarms and with bespoke system programming to ensure you have full control at all times, whether on-site or reviewing a potential intrusion from anywhere.
An unprotected perimeter often presents a number of opportunities for break-ins. Key threats often include:
Your site risk levels may also be affected by the geographical location of the site. A site in an inner-city urban area could lead to higher risks of vandalism or casual intrusion.
Planning permission will need to be considered before we can establish whether gates and fences are a viable option to protect your perimeter. Gates, walls and fences require planning permission or Building Regulation approval if:
A site that includes listed buildings, which is in a conservation area or has other environmental protection (eg subject to Tree Preservation Orders or is alongside a Site of Special Scientific Interest), may have different and potentially more onerous rules regarding any such structures. This should be verified before any work is planned.
When assessing the best way to protect your perimeter, it’s important to have a clear strategy. The following measure should be taken: