Effective, professional security services in Harlow are more valuable than ever back for personal homes and personal ad businesses alike. That’s why Phase One is the ultimate solution. A interest of traditional security services and high-end mobile security services ensures the utmost safety for our clients. If you’re looking for an adroit security team in the Harlow area, then we’re the answer.
Phase One Security is a nationwide security provide and a provider of first-class security guarding in Harlow. For more than 10 years we have deployed the most severely trained SIA licensed security personnel to meet our clients’ unique needs.
At Phase One, we get-up-and-go to give a proactive and professional benefits to our clients in Harlow. This is achieved by including all you could possibly obsession for your security in one neat, convenient package. Our focus is upon the customer – and that means providing an incredible standard of further in all we get from daylight one.
Harlow is a town and local government district in the west of Essex, England. A new town, situated on the border with Hertfordshire and London, Harlow occupies a large area of land on the south bank of the upper Stort Valley, which has been made navigable through other towns and features a canal section near its watermill. Old Harlow is a village-size suburb founded by the early medieval age and most of its high street buildings are early Victorian and residential, mostly protected by one of the Conservation Areas in the district. In Old Harlow is a field named Harlowbury, a de-settled monastic area which has the remains of a chapel, a scheduled ancient monument.
The M11 motorway passes through the east of the district, entirely to the east of the town. Harlow has its own commercial and leisure economy. It is also an outer part of the London commuter belt and employment centre of the M11 corridor which includes Cambridge and London Stansted Airport to the north. At the time of the 2011 Census, Harlow’s population was recorded at 81,944 and its district had the third-highest proportion of social housing in England, 26.9%,
a legacy of the 1947 commitment to re-house blitzed London families after World War II and provide a percentage of homes for other needy families who cannot afford market rents.