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SAFETY & SECURITY; LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS


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Residential Developer leads on safety with Kidde


customers with Kidde’s Firex mains smoke and heat alarms, and Kidde carbon monoxide alarms, all interlinked for whole-home safety. Thakeham Homes, part of the Thakeham


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Group, delivers a range of new homes including bungalows, apartments and houses in sought after locations throughout Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire. Thakeham is proud of its exceptional attention to detail, particularly when it comes to safety. A Thakeham spokesperson commented:


“We specify Kidde Firex smoke and heat alarms, alongside Kidde’s 4MCO carbon monoxide alarms, for all new homes. These interlinked products provide an integrated alarm system, meeting all our technical requirements from a single manufacturer”. The latest generation of Firex smoke


alarms offers Standard, Long Life and Rechargeable battery back-up versions of


hakeham, one of the leading residential developers in the South East, ensures peace of mind for its


alarm sounder patterns for carbon monoxide and fire, supported by different display messages on the digital 4MDCO model. So, without the need for any further operation of the system – such as remote switches – Smart Interconnect automatically alerts occupants of the specific hazard that confronts them. Kidde Safety Europe is one of the world’s


each sensing technology, giving nine options in all. And it costs less than £1 per year to operate a Firex alarm – a major benefit for householders. Kidde’s Firex range can also be interconnected with the company’s hard-wired carbon monoxide alarms using the unique ‘Smart Interconnect’ feature to create a comprehensive system for whole-home protection. Crucially, all the interconnected alarms have different, distinct


Resiblock & Devon Council team up


Devon County Council has once again put its faith in Resiblock to deliver Paving Prevention as part of its Okehampton Block Paving Scheme. The £32,000 scheme was launched to repair paving areas in


Okehampton’s Town Centre. With the same Yorkstone pavers being used at Okehampton, although this time in the form of a block whereas Bedford Square had utilised slabs, Resiblock again recommended the use of Resiblock ‘22’ A.F for prevention against paver destabilisation, stain resistance and colour enhancement – providing maintenance free paving.


mail@resiblock.com Tree pits using RootSpace and ArborFlow


Milton Keynes Councils’ Master Plan was to redevelop and regenerate land in and around Bletchley Town Centre building on the opportunities created by the development of east-west rail and the work undertaken in the Bletchley Fixing the Links project a series


of works to up-grade the pedestrian and cyclist links between Bletchley Rail Station and the town centre. GreenBlue Urban were brought in to provide design support and technical input to the tree pit design. Eight linked tree pits using RootSpace and ArborFlow, will provide a combined storm water capacity of 19,511 litres.


www.greenblueurban.com


leading manufacturers of smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarms. As a member of the United Technologies Corporation (UTC), Kidde sits alongside iconic brands such as Chubb fire and security systems, Carrier heating and air conditioning, Hamilton Sundstrand aerospace systems and industrial products, Otis elevators and escalators, Pratt & Whitney aircraft engines and UTC Power fuel cells. For more information on Kidde product ranges, call or visit the website.


03337 722 227 www.kiddesafetyeurope.co.uk


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