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82 SAFETY & SECURITY; LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS


More Gate models achieve LPS1175


Bi-parting Bi-folding, Hinged (single and double leaf) and Pedestrian Gate models join the Sliding and Bi-folding Gate models in successfully achieving LPS1175 Security Rating two & three. As a market leader of perimeter security


equipment, Frontier Pitts is constantly identifying the ever-changing security threats and have now further developed its Automatic High- Security Gate portfolio to provide an Intruder Resistant “Platinum” range successfully proven to resist attack to LPS1175. The LPS1175 Platinum Gate range has been developed over the past two years.


01293 422800 www.frontierpitts.com Resiblock as Safe as Houses


Resiblock and Pennyfarthing Homes have combined to ensure the protection and stabilisation of paving and roadways at the new Alexandra Meadows development in Hampshire. Following testing by site engineers WSP, Resiblock ‘22’ was


approved to be used at Alexandra Meadows on all the Local Highway Authority roads. The products success at the Bloor Homes site of ‘The Greenway’ in Didcot, where LHA roadways are also made up of Concrete Block Paving, led to WSP recommending the use of Resiblock ‘22’ to Hampshire County Council.


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