Case Study

Sete - 5 Savile Row - Front of House & CCTV

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Location: London

SETE

SETE are a Mayfair-based commercial, retail and residential Property Management Company with the majority of their buildings within the Mayfair/Piccadilly region of the West End of London. SETE also own all the properties that they manage with the exception of one of which they employ the services of a well-established managing agent.

 

THE CHALLENGE

To assess the 24-hour security of four key properties within the SETE portfolio and suggest options on how the image, professionalism and security integrity could be enhanced at each property. All four buildings were within a two mile radius of each other. The properties themselves were also individual with a mix of commercial, residential and retail making the blend of security requirements different each time.

The properties:

  • 17 Duke of York Street W1
  • 12 Berkeley Street W1
  • 1 and 2 Curzon Square W1
  • 5 Savile Row W1

 

THE OUTCOME

  • 5 Savile Row – This property has a very envious position on Savile Row and its tenants are mainly financial hedge fund companies.

The requirement was to provide a security licenced Building Manager and an out of hours security regime worthy of maintaining the integrity of the property 24/7.

We proposed the continuation of the existing Building Manager with the addition of a more sociable daily routine by means of providing quality Reception Management relief during his lunch period and the introduction of an all-encompassing CCTV and Access Control package.

We also increased the annual suit allowance to provide the Building Manager with a quality, bespoke suit and accessories. The properties are all operating in a different way with regards to security arrangements, but the customer is now delighted by the changes and often comments on our vision, helpfulness and ability to manage all the properties in a professional manner, leaving him to concentrate on his core business of purchasing and managing further properties within London.

 

 

 

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