Gateway helps Lincoln Council tackle anti-social behaviour

imageGateway Automation is pleased to have installed two new traffic barriers at a popular Lincoln country park. City of Lincoln Council recently awarded a contract to Gateway which has seen security measures ramped up at Hartsholme Park in a coordinated effort to reduce anti-social behaviour there.

Newly installed barriers will now prevent unauthorised vehicular access to Hartsholme Park. Work was carried out on the 17th and 18th of March.

Gateway has installed two barriers, including a rising barrier on the inbound carriageway with keypad access. Traffic is now also being controlled through the use of flow control plates, allowing cars to travel out but not in by the same route.

Hartsholme Country Park is three miles out of Lincoln city centre, covers over 200 acres of land and is a popular area for dog walkers, cyclists and children to enjoy. The new security measures will mean access will be restricted during night time, with the park closing at 8pm during the winter and 10pm during the summer months, opening again throughout the year at 6am.

Gateway Automation has extensive experience in securing an array of different publicly and privately owned sites. We provide free, no-obligation quotations and feasibility surveys in order to find the best solution to security needs. For more information please visit our website or call us on 01522 682 255.

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