Installation of a new digital CCTV system has enhanced security provision for companies based at the award-winning Broughton Hall Business Park, near Skipton.
The 25-camera system, designed and installed by Keighley-based Keybury Security Systems, Broughton Hall Estate’s established supplier, incorporates state-of-the-art internet-based fibre optic technology.
It provides surveillance across the Estate’s three main business centres at The Home Park, The Water Mill Park and Broughton village, which together house 51 diverse businesses employing over 500 people.
“The system offers a highly functional, yet discreet deterrent and has been designed specifically to blend in with the natural environment of the historic Broughton Hall and it’s listed buildings,” explained Keybury sales director David Lalor.
“Utilising the latest technology, it allows CCTV camera images to be recorded digitally and viewed both from Broughton Hall Estate’s on-site management office and via the internet from anywhere in the world.
“This facility enables security personnel to monitor on-site activity 24 hours a day and take immediate action should an incident arise.”
Estate owner Roger Tempest said: “The safety, security and peace of mind of our customers are paramount and the new CCTV system equips us with an extremely powerful monitoring and response tool.”
Pic caption: Job well done: Broughton Hall’s Roger Tempest, left, with Keybury’s David Lalor.
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