“Wave of Disapproval” over loss of CCTV




The latest entry on Rayleigh Chamber of Trade’s website is an item about the loss of CCTV. They are distinctly unimpressed with the County Council and District Council:

“Since the announcement that CCTV cameras are being removed from the district there has been a wave of disapproval.

Some of the strongest feelings have come from Hullbridge where a 500 name petition has been issued to the Chamber for action.

New petitions have been introduced by London Road shops to support their anger. Installing Street lights is being proposed but it is not a substitute for the cameras. Lighting is a deterrent but it will not provide Police evidence after the crime has been committed. Only cameras can do this.

The Chamber has decided to take the views of its traders to the Council.”

About the author, admin

  • I run my own cctv company and have done for the last 10 years, we are based in southend on sea my recent installs are as follows.
    MARRIOTS southend pier head, The only cameras that saw the pier fire start
    HONNEYCOMBS supermarket The broardway Thorpe bay
    TOMASSIES Highstreet southend
    and many more.
    Idont no where you get your prices from but they are well over the top.We use very reputable suppliers ie, Norbane and Cop Security
    We only install the latest digital system and provide a 24/7 call out service NO charge within the southend area,i am comfident that i can beat any quote subject to speck and provide a better service.

    My company name is Solarbuild ltd. Est 1997
    I am a crew member of the Southend On Sea Lifeboat service, and have been for the past 20 years.
    My partner worked for Southend Council on the foreshore department for 12 years
    May be more councils should look on there own door steps for the best value

    Big is not always better

    Yours Tony Bonham Director

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