When companies go into receivership, their property assets are released into the hands of insolvency practitioners. Until these buildings can be sold off or re-let, the onus is on the insolvency firms to defend them. This is not just to protect the value of the property, but all to ensure they comply with any insurance policy.
Here at Marpol Security we work with insolvency practitioners across the North West. Receivers as far apart as Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, and Merseyside make good use of our insolvency practitioner security solutions to protect their new assets.
As the North West’s leading provider of security solutions, we have much to offer insolvency practitioners in the region. Here are some of the services we provide:
We complete a full security risk assessment as our first step, ensuring any measures we introduce will comply with your insurance policy. We then put together a bespoke security package designed to meet all your requirements.
We offer a range or manned guarding solutions, from permanent static security staff, to mobile patrol teams, and canine units. Whichever you choose, our teams consist of highly-trained and fully-licensed security professionals, with decades of relevant experience between them..
Instead of a physical security presence, you may prefer remote monitoring. We can provide this on a temporary or a permanent basis, depending on your requirements. Our temporary CCTV solutions are quick and easy to install, giving you great coverage from the beginning..
We will clear out abandoned buildings for you, as well as securing it from trespassers and former tenants. We install new locks and board up the windows. Should circumstances require it, we can also install steel shutters, steel doors, and concrete barriers to prevent access.
Many insurance policies insist on regular inspections of void property if they are to remain valid. We arrange vacant property inspections as part of our insolvency practitioner package. These involve a check of the perimeter for signs of damage or attempted entry, backed up by an inspection log..