Banks and building societies require the highest level of security attainable, with the movement and storage of money being the core function of the organisation. With the threat of robbery and terrorism being higher in comparison to the standard high street stores, it is crucial that banks invest their money into the highest quality of security available.
However, due to the nature of the robust security options chosen, it’s not uncommon for banks to leave behind bulky safes, strong rooms and vaults when selling a building, making it the next owner’s responsibility upon purchase of the premises.
For some buyers, the readily installed security systems are useful but for others, they are a nuisance.
In this case study, we look at the story of a client who contacted us after purchasing an old building society building and how we were able to help them. Continue reading