The city of Portsmouth, in Hampshire, is one of Fire Care and Security’s main customer client base. Approximately 19 miles East of Southampton, it’s the second largest city in Hampshire, and one of the most densely-populate cities within the UK.
Based on an Island, there are only three roads off of Portsmouth. The Royal Navy have very strong links with Portsmouth and it was a main strategic base for thousands of troops and ships and played a key part in the D-Day landings. It has one of the oldest dry docks, home to the famous ships HMS Warrior, The Mary Rose and HMS Victory (Lord Nelson’s flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar).
There are many businesses in Portsmouth that use Fire Care and Security’s services, including CCTV installation, Door Access units, burglar Alarms, Fire Risk Assessments, Fire Extinguishers and Fire Alarms.
Fire Care and Security install and maintain door access units. For many offices, you may well have an unmanned or semi-manned reception area? How do you control who has access to your offices during business hours? FireCare and Security offer a wide variety of door entry and access control systems which enable to you to effectively monitor and restrict access to your property.
These door access units range from simple door entry systems, through to fully integrated door access, designed to meet your individual requirements.
Our other Security Services Include:
- Burglar Alarms
- CCTV Installation
- Security Systems
- Other Alarm Systems
The shopping facilities are now mainly centred on the Gunwharf Quays – a unique shopping and entertainment centre, built right on the waterfront next to the historic dry docks. The facilities include retail outlet shops, many bars and restaurants, a bowling complex, multi-screen cinema complex and the Spinnaker Tower. The Spinnaker Tower was built for the millennium and stands 170 metres high, right on the water’s edge.
Following the coast on round from the docks, you reach Southsea, often associated as part of Portsmouth. Southsea has a 2 mile long beachfront which looks out on The Solent waters. A hovercraft service runs from Southsea to the Isle of Wight. The Solent is one of the most expensive waterways in the World to cross.
The mouth of Portsmouth Harbour has Portsmouth on one side and neighbouring Gosport on the other. Gosport lies next to Fareham and makes up the towns that perimeter the Harbour.
Road and train access are good, with the train connecting directly with the city of Southampton. The road access, albeit limited, connect to the M27, the motorway that runs from Portsmouth and onwards to the West and the very start of The New Forest National Park.