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Since 1989 Securitel has built up a reputation for high quality work at the right price. Today, some of the most important and historic buildings in Brighton and Hove are protected by Securitel installed fire alarm systems.

Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion, also known as the Brighton Pavilion, is a Grade I listed former royal residence located in Brighton. Beginning in 1787, the Pavilion was built in three stages as a seaside retreat for Prince George who became the Prince Regent in 1811. It is built in the indo saracenic style prevalent in India for most of the 19th century. The current appearance of the Pavilion, with its domes and minarets, is the work of architect John Nash, who extended the building starting in 1815.
This is one of the most historic buildings in the UK and Securitel were chosen to replace the existing fire alarm system in 2003 and have provided a 24 hour maintenance service ever since.

West Blatchington Windmill
Built to serve the local farm, both flour and animal foods were produced. Milling ceased in 1897 and in 1936 the long south barn was destroyed by fire.
Following road construction in the late 1930s, the mill now stands isolated on a central island and in 1979 the building was opened to the public after extensive renovation and restoration by both the local council and a group of volunteers and Securitel were chosen to protect this historic building against fire.

Preston Manor
Preston Manor is the former manor house of the ancient Sussex village of Preston, now part of the coastal city of Brighton and Hove, England. The present building dates mostly from 1738, when Lord of the manor Thomas Western rebuilt the original 13th-century structure (part of which remains inside), and 1905 when Charles Stanley Peach’s renovation and enlargement gave the house its current appearance. Preston Manor is one of the most unique and historic buildings in Brighton and Securitel are responsible for its safety.

Brighton Town Hall
Brighton Town Hall stands on Bartholomew Square in Brighton. Built in the 1830s by Thomas Kemp, it replaced the previous town hall building. This building is the epicentre of Brighton council and contains a lot of the most important documents in Sussex so a fire would be disastrous for the council.
Knowing the importance of protecting this historic building Securitel were once again called in to replace the fire alarm system.


Hove Town Hall
Hove Town Hall was constructed in 1970 in the Brutalist architecture style by John Wells-Thorpe. The current building replaced the original Hall that was built in 1882 and was damaged by fire in 1966.
In 2006 Securitel was chosen to replace the existing Hove town hall fire protection system and eleven years later when the building underwent a complete refurbishment, Securitel were again chosen to supply and install the fire alarms.

The Priory Group
Priory Group is a provider of mental health care facilities in the United Kingdom. The group operates at more than 500 sites with over 7,000 beds. Its flagship hospital is the Priory Hospital, Roehampton, which is best known for treating celebrities particularly for drug addiction.
In these buildings, ensuring the safety of both the residents and the staff is extremely important and it is for this reason that ever since 1997 the Priory Group has chosen Securitel to install and maintain the following safety systems features at many of their facilities throughout the South East, Access Control systems, CCTV. Fire Alarm systems and Nurse call and staff attack systems.

Elysium Healthcare
Elysium Healthcare is a private provider of mental health services based in Borehamwood, UK. It was launched in December 2016 and combined sites from the portfolio of Partnerships in Care and The Priory Group when they were sold by Acadia Healthcare.
Elysium have healthcare facilities throughout the UK. and as with the Priory Group, Securitel supply, install and maintain the following safety systems for Elysium at many of their facilities, Access Control systems, CCTV. Fire Alarm systems and Nurse call and staff attack systems.

The Royal Alfred Seafarers Society
The Royal Alfred was established as a charity in 1865 to help retired seafarers and their dependents and has since evolved to offer dedicated care to people living with dementia. They have been providing housing, residential and nursing care to former seafarers, their widows and dependants for more than 150 years. Our residential and nursing care home, Belvedere House, together with our sheltered flats, is situated within the idyllic grounds of the Weston Acres Estate, near Banstead, Surrey.

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