CCTV surveillance is condition of approving new rail station
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Putting up CCTV surveillance is one of the conditions imposed upon councillors approving a new unmanned railway station in Leeds. The proposed station borders the cleared Kirkstall Forge development site, which has outline permission to build offices, 1,000 homes, leisure, retail units and bar/restaurants. An agreement includes a £4 million payment to help deliver the station. Others say the station has inadequate access from Kirkstall and Bramley. Councillors are recommended to approve the application, subject to a number of conditions including a time limit of five years, details of signalised junction to Abbey Road, CCTV system and bus/taxi lay-by and drop off area to be submitted prior to development.
Your site or business can use new technology from CCTV Surveillance Ltd to combat crime, deter anti-social behaviour and provide piece of mind for customers, in this case passengers. The cameras work day and night – and infra-red cameras are recommended for environments such as train platforms because of their increased performance at night. The camera system can be networked together across multiple sites or stations to produce the most effective response to vandalism and anti-social behaviour.