Fairview Industrial Park Quarterly Newsletter March 2021

Fairview Industrial Park Quarterly Newsletter March 2021

 

 

 

 

 

LATEST REPORT FROM RENEWI

Renewi has not received any new fly complaints since last summer. As we begin to enter the new fly season Renewi have begun implementing this year’s fly management plan to ensure fly levels remain low as we enter Spring and the coming Summer months. Renewi will continue with the current measures throughout the next few months to ensure that fly numbers remain low.

Renewi continues to remain fully operational throughout the last 12 months and the pandemic providing a critical service to the four local boroughs.

The team have continued to work with the Fairview Estate throughout this time to manage any concerns and regular fly liaison meetings will continue this coming year in a Covid secure manner.

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

Projects completed.

Installation of new 2 rising arm barriers and safety package at Security gatehouse.

After photograph:

The old 4 barrier rising arm system had been in place for over ten years and finding replacement parts for them was making maintenance difficult and costly, within current regulations. Various features were not working correctly, causing operational issues.

We anticipate an immediate reduction in maintenance and service costs.

MATCH FUNDING IS SOUGHT FROM THE LONDON RIVERSIDE BID FOR ALL PROJECTS. THIS PROJECT SUCCESSFULLY ACHEIVED 50% MATCH FUNDING FROM LONDON RIVERSIDE BID

Projects awaiting completion.

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

As you are aware the Estate has been surveyed, and the infrastructure has been categorized with immediate and longer – term maintenance works

We had planned to commence addressing the highest priority items early in 2021, and had aimed to work through all of the identified defects over the coming 24 months.  However, due to adverse weather conditions late January 2021, and the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, there have been unavoidable delays.

In the later part of April 2021, a follow up site meeting has been arranged to identify, agree and prioritise works for the following 12 months.

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

New Projects:

Safety Improvement Scheme – Pedestrian Crossing to the North of the Estate/ Security Gatehouse

Businesses may have noticed when exiting the Estate that it is not uncommon for pedestrians to walk on the road, and concerns have been raised regarding this practice by a number of businesses on the Estate.

Historically, Marsh Way did not have the sharp bend that now exists but instead continued straight, with good lines of sight, and as such a single footpath (located on the East side of the entrance road) was presumably deemed appropriate.  However, when the A13 was constructed, the current Marsh Way, with the sharp bend, was installed, and as such the “shortest” route for pedestrians onto / out of the Estate is to walk up or down the exit lane.

Due to the steepness of the banks on the West side of the entrance to the Estate, it is economically impractical to install a footpath on this side, however we feel that it is important to provide a safe option for pedestrians to cross the road and access the footpath on the East side.

During early 2020 we, therefore instructed consultants to undertake a Feasibility Study to examine various options to improve safety and provide a safer pedestrian route onto the Estate. Lockdown and disruptions to “usual” traffic patterns have caused delays in completing this work, however the conclusion of the finished report was that a pedestrian crossing, with Belisha Beacons located at the entrance to the Estate was on balance the most appropriate solution.

The local authorities and utility companies have been approached for their input/approvals, and a design has now been sent to various contractors, who have been invited to quote for the works, which we hope to go ahead with during the summer of this year, and will again be managed by the consultants.

As with all significant projects, an application will be submitted to the London Riverside BID to be considered for “match funding” towards the overall costs of the proposed scheme.

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 APPRECIATE 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

There is a WhatsApp group operated by the Estate’s Security, businesses who have access to a mobile phone are included in the group.

The Fairview Industrial Park gatehouse/mobile patrol is linked ot 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, 07843 065869

South Hornchurch 0208 721 2704 mobile 07766247213

Security:

Welcome to the new day time mobile patrol – Steve – 07528 968073

 

Completion of CCTV Functionality Test, Asset Tags/bar Codes and Registration.

The management of the Fairview Industrial Park continue to invest in crime reduction initiatives to reduce even further the existing low crime rate experienced on the Estate.

In October 2020 a full survey and functionality test of all CCTV was undertaken, asset tags/bar codes were put in place and registered. This is for warranty purposes and for general management of assets, and will aid with updating/replacing CCTV where necessary in the future. Consideration is being given to add another CCTV to cover the new entrance barrier system, now being installed at the security gatehouse.

There are currently 14 CCTV static/Domes installed at strategic, vulnerable locations on the Estate.  In addition to this, there are 8 CCTV’s installed at the security gatehouse that record all vehicle movements in and out of the Estate.

The CCTV system is not only utilised for crime detection and anti-social behaviour deterrence, but also to assist with overall management of the Estate.
The Estate CCTV system of course, operates in full compliance with the Data Protection Act 2018

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

Keeble

Paper Recycling Recycling House
Ferry Lane South Rainham Essex RMl3 9DB
Tel:01708 528000 Fax:01708 521991
email: recycle@kpr.co.uk
www.keeblegroup.co.uk
Registered in London No.493526

 

CERTIFICATE OF RECYCLING

IN 2020 8480KGS OF MIXED PAPER AND CARDBOARD WERE COLLECTED – SAVING 144 TREES, IT ALSO HELPED OFFSETTING 144160 TONNES OF CARDBOARD EMISSIONS.

 

BID MEMBERS AND ASSOCIATES COULD HELP FURTHER INCREASE THE SAVING OF TREES AND AT THE SAME TIME INCREASE THE OFFSETTING OF CARBON EMISSIONS

THE SAVING OF TREES & REDUCTION OF CARBON IS ENHANCED WHEN RECYCLING OFFICE PAPERS

SO, SHOULD ANY BID MEMBERS OR ASSOCIATES BE INTERESTED IN GDPR COMPLIANT DESTRUCTION & CARBON NEGATIVE RECYCLING OF OFFICE PAPER PLEASE EMAIL recycle@kpr.co.uk ADVISING THAT THEY ARE BID MEMBERS.

 

D R Keeble
Managing Director
ESTABLISHED OVER IOO YEARS

Printed on 100% Recycled

Directors: D.R. Keeble, S.D. Keeble

 

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.

 

WELCOME NEW ESTATE OCCUPIERS:

Units E5/E6 Star Business Centre – Nikoltt Technologies

Barlow Way South – Sunbelt Rentals Ltd – TRAFFIC

 

 

 

Nikoltt Technologies

Plan Ref No:

Address: Units E5/6 Barlow  Way, Fairview Industrial Park, Rainham RM13 8UH

Tel: 07551 659738

Contact: Nikoltt Lakatos

Hours of Business: 8am – 8pm

Email: zaimoosmani@gmail.com

Website: N/A

COMPUTER SERVER TECHNOLOGY, NETWORKING, SERVER CDU’S

TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION

Completion of CCTV Functionality Test, Asset Tags/bar Codes and Registration

 

 

 

 

 

 

The management of the Fairview Industrial Park continue to invest in crime reduction initiatives to reduce even further the existing low crime rate experienced on the Estate.

In October 2020 a full survey and functionality test of all CCTV was undertaken, asset tags/bar codes were put in place and registered.  This is for warranty purposes and for general management of assets, and will aid with updating/replacing CCTV where necessary in the future.  Consideration is being given to add another CCTV to cover the new entrance barrier system, now being installed at the security gatehouse.

There are currently 14 CCTV static/Domes installed at strategic, vulnerable locations on the Estate.  In addition to this, there are 8 CCTV’s installed at the security gatehouse that record all vehicle movements in and out of the Estate.

The CCTV system is not only utilised for crime detection and anti-social behaviour deterrence, but also to assist with overall management of the Estate.

The Estate CCTV system of course, operates in full compliance with the Data Protection Act 2018

 

 

Recycling at Fairview Industrial Park

Keeble

Paper Recycling

Recycling House
Ferry Lane South  Rainham  Essex  RMl3 9DB
Tel:01708 528000 Fax:01708 521991
email: recycle@kpr.co.uk
www.keeblegroup.co.uk
Registered in London No.493526

 

 

CERTIFICATE OF RECYCLING

 

IN 2020 8480KGS OF MIXED PAPER AND CARDBOARD WERE COLLECTED – SAVING 144 TREES, IT ALSO HELPED OFFSETTING 144160 TONNES OF CARDBOARD EMISSIONS.

BID MEMBERS AND ASSOCIATES COULD HELP FURTHER INCREASE THE SAVING OF TREES AND AT THE SAME TIME INCREASE THE OFFSETTING OF CARBON EMISSIONS

THE SAVING OF TREES & REDUCTION OF CARBON IS ENHANCED WHEN RECYCLING OFFICE PAPERS

SO, SHOULD ANY BID MEMBERS OR ASSOCIATES BE INTERESTED IN GDPR COMPLIANT DESTRUCTION & CARBON NEGATIVE RECYCLING OF OFFICE PAPER PLEASE EMAIL recycle@kpr.co.uk ADVISING THAT THEY ARE BID MEMBERS.

 

D R Keeble
Managing Director
ESTABLISHED OVER IOO YEARS

Printed on 100% Recycled

Directors: D.R. Keeble, S.D. Keeble

Security Gatehouse Defibrillator

Thanks to the British Heart Foundation and the London Riverside BID Ltd  for their 50% grant funding towards a community defibrillator
Together We Can Save Lives

 

As you are probably aware the BID successfully secured grant funding towards a defibrillator which is now installed at the Security Gatehouse on the Fairview Industrial Park, with thanks to the British Heart Foundation.

Since installation, the defibrillator has been called out by businesses or the emergency services; but thankfully it has not been needed and all individuals concerned are well, however it is there for peace of mind.

Remember, that for a patient to have the best chance of surviving an out of hospital cardiac arrest, CPR and early defibrillation must be provided within the first 3-4 minutes of the cardiac arrest, followed by advanced life support within the first 8 minutes of the arrest.

If you ever need the defibrillator, it is located at the entrance to the Estate at the Security Gatehouse. Simply call the Security Projects team on 07528 968073. ALWAYS CALL 999 FIRST

A useful video from the British Heart Foundation  how to perform CPR