Bristol to spend £8m on new surveillance monitoring centre

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Despite having more surveillance cameras than Manchester and Liverpool combined, Bristol is set to invest a further £8.2 into its systems in order to bring them up to date and provide a more comprehensive approach to security, a recent news report has been able to find.

Under the new plans, the city’s three existing 24-hour CCTV surveillance centres brought together under one roof.

The decision has been pitched as forming part of an over-arching citywide plan to reduce the number of buildings the council uses.

The move into one new upgraded central hub, at the council’s offices at 100 Temple Street, would also see core systems replaced safeguarding against systems crashing, which would potentially cost the council as much as £4.7million.

A report explains that if there is extra investment over and above the cost of re-siting the three centres, then the income generated by the move could be as much as £8.4million over a decade.

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