Fairview Industrial Park Quarterly Newsletter December 2020

Fairview Industrial Park Quarterly Newsletter December 2020

Covid-19

As we reach the end of what has been an immensely difficult and challenging year for all, we would like to wish you, your staff and your families, a peaceful holiday season and look forward to seeing you all in the New Year.

Our lives continue to be impacted by the coronavirus both at home and at work with new strains and increasing infections bringing increased restrictions. There is no doubt that the issues caused by the latest restrictions will continue into 2021. The prospect of uncertainty of deliveries will be added to by the Brexit transition and we understand that we all face difficult months ahead. However, we are thankful that business can continue, and that the estate remains open. We have learned to adapt our lives and our businesses, and with the roll out of the vaccines our hope is that the risks, issues, restrictions will all slowly subside and whilst it is unlikely that we will ever forget 2020 let’s hope we can move forward more positively in 2021!

Fairview Industrial Park – Asset Review of the Footway & Carriageway Network Throughout the Estate

We have received the results of an in-depth review of the condition of the footway & carriageway network throughout the Estate.   Whilst there are limited, urgent items, there are a significant number of minor defects, which will need addressing over the coming year in order to ensure a proactive approach to maintaining the carriageways and footways, thereby minimalizing the risk of major issues in the future. We, therefore, plan to commence addressing the highest priority items in the new year and aim to work through all the identified defects over the coming 24 months.

The initial stage will form Phase 6 of Roadtech’s ongoing programme of works, and match funding will be sought from the London Riverside BID in line with all projects for the Estate.

 

 LATEST REPORT FROM RENEWI

As a critical service, Renewi has continued to operate since the beginning of the Coronavirus and provide a fully operational service throughout the year. We anticipate this will continue into the start of 2021 as many people are still working from home and generating additional household waste.

Since the last newsletter I am pleased to confirm we have not received any new complaints over the last three months. The fly numbers have dropped as anticipated with the colder weather over the last couple of months. Housekeeping and other measures will continue throughout the winter period as we approach our busy operational period during the next few weeks. Renewi will prepare for the next year’s fly management plan prior to Spring next year when fly numbers starts to increase again.

Lastly, I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a healthy and Happy New Year on behalf of everyone at Renewi.

We will continue to keep you informed of progress with any projects on site, in the meantime if you would like to contact us, you can do so on 01708 634540, or by email to Gurjeet.Kaur-Assi@renewi.com

 

Security

WARNING: PLEASE BE EXTRA VIGILANT AND DO NOT LEAVE KEYS IN VEHICLES AND AVOID LEAVING VEHICLES UNATTENDED!!!!!!

WE CONFIRM WE ACTIVELY DISCOURAGE UNMARKED VEHICLES/VANS FROM ENTERING THE ESTATE.  THERE HAVE BEEN RECENT INCIDENTS WHERE UNAUTHORISED VEHICLES HAVE ENTERED THE ESTATE AND PROCEEDED TO REMOVE ITEMS FROM SKIPS/OUTSIDE OF PREMISES. WHEN ASKED TO LEAVE, THE INDIVIDUALS HAVE BECOME ABUSIVE / THREATENING. UNFORTUNATELY, ON OCCASIONS THESE VEHICLES/VANS HAVE BEEN INVITED ONTO THE ESTATE BY BUSINESSES TO REMOVE RUBBISH ETC.

HOWEVER, WE WOULD REALLY APPECIATE IT IF YOU CAN AVOID INVITING THESE INDIVIDUALS ONTO THE ESTATE PLEASE.

In general, crime on the estate appears to be under control.  All mobile patrol vehicles are fitted with on board cameras, on board tracking and panic buttons. The mobile patrol guards are fitted with body cameras

The BID radio link is currently being updated/replaced by forming a WhatsApp control group linking Fairview Gatehouse/ mobile patrol to other security companies in the London Riverside BID area and the SNT/Police.

If you are a victim of theft/crime report to the Police however small / Non-emergency number– Dial 101

Security Contact Numbers

Daytime mobile: 07528968073

Daytime office/ Out of hours 0844 8460247

Metropolitan Safer Neighbourhood Teams Rainham 01708 779708 mobile 0208 649 3522

South Hornchurch 0208 721 2704 mobile 07766247213

 

Free Paper Recycling – Paper / Cardboard

Make sure your company makes full use of this free service located in Orwell Close.

Please note this bin is for paper/cardboard only

Alternatively, Keeble Recycling Ltd in Ferry Lane South is open to all businesses that wish to deliver their paper and cardboard (charge now applies) for recycling, Monday to Friday 08.00 to 15.00. They also offer a Confidential Document Shredding service, (charge now applies to all deliveries under 250kgs) call: 01708 528000

 

How to contact Estate Office – 01708 520523

Maggie Dixon – CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER: 07767 700987

Email: office@fairviewindustrialpark.co.uk

 

FAIRVIEW WEBSITE

www.fairview industrial park.co.uk

May we remind you this is a useful facility to advertise job vacancies/staff requirements, and property for sale or to let.

 

 

 

 

 

TKO: HQ Ltd

Plan Ref No:

Address: Unit 3H, Barlow  Way, Fairview Industrial Park, Rainham RM13 8BT

Tel: 07494 862226

Contact: Thomas O’Hanlon

Hours of Business: Mon – Fri: 07.00 – 22.00

Sat – Sun: 09.00 – 15.00

Email: tkohqgym@gmail.com

Website: tkohqmma.com

MMA TRAINING FACILITY

Sharpsmart Ltd

Plan Ref No:

Address: Unit 21, Barlow  Way, Fairview Industrial Park, Rainham RM13 8BT

Tel: 07557 446821 Fax: n/a Contact: Benny

Hours of Business: Mon – Fri: 05.00 – 17.00

Email: RNM-ADMIN@SHARPSMART.CO.UK

Website:

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