If you operate as an insolvency practitioner in the East of England, you will no doubt find yourself responsible for a range of void or otherwise dissolved properties. As part of your duties, you are expected to keep the buildings themselves and their contents safe and secure.
Marpol Security delivers bespoke security solutions for insolvency practitioners across the region, both individuals and insolvency firms. This includes our valued clients in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk, and Suffolk.
As the East of England’s leading provider of security solutions, we have much to offer insolvency practitioners in the region. Here are some of the services we provide:
Our first task is to perform an audit of your existing security measures. Our trained field agents make a detailed inspection of your void properties, identifying any weaknesses in your current security package. From there, they can compile the ideal solution – one that meets all of your unique security needs..
We can provide you with fully-licensed manned security guards to look after your vacant properties on a 24-hour basis. This is ideal for dissolved storage units and warehouses, as well as any other premises that still hold valuable equipment or stock.
If a physical security presence is not required, a CCTV surveillance system may be a more appropriate choice. We design all our CCTV packages from scratch, tailoring them to meet the specific needs of our clients. These could be a fixed surveillance systems or a set of temporary mobile CCTV towers, depending on requirements..
When a property falls into your possession – however temporarily – it is good form to replace the locks on all windows and doors to prevent entry by the former owner. At Marpol Security, we can go a step further, fitting heavy-duty padlocks and roller shutters to deter potential thieves, squatters, or vandals..
Ant insurance policy for a void property will require regular inspections by qualified security experts in order to remain valid. We have our own mobile patrol units who will perform this task as often as the policy demands. They will examine all doors and windows for signs of attempted entry, as well as environmental damage..