Tuesday, 30 June 2015
Like international borders, fences (especially privacy fences) are meant to clarify property limits lest people unknowingly trespass into another’s premises. As a property owner, you may find the need to have your property boundaries defined to better draw the line between public and private space, or simply for protection against wanton intrusions or potential accidents where children are involved. Amelia Burr of the Southwark News said trespassing issues had prompted the need for a security and privacy fence at the Aylesbury Estate tenement complex, which they began to put up in the first quarter of 2015.
Monday, 29 June 2015
There’s hardly a facility that isn’t vulnerable to problems with its electrical systems. When that results in a serious disruption of operations, you need to act fast to get the power back on and your business up and running. In an article for the Argus, reporter Gareth Davis said such was the case for a police station in Brighton & Hove’s John Street, which was forced to close for the day after an electric fault cut power to the facility.