Preston, with links to the Industrial Revolution and Sir Tom Finney

Preston, with links to the Industrial Revolution and Sir Tom Finney the English footballer who played from 1946 to 1960, there’s plenty to savour.  

The City of Preston is home to The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) and Preston North End football club.  It was also mentioned in the Doomsday Book and was then known as Prestune.  It obtained a city status in 2002 becoming England’s 50th city.  With its many graded buildings including Harris Public Library and Art Gallery, which is Grade 1 listed.  There are over eighteen churches with Grade 2 listing as well as institutes, pubs, railway stations, the list goes on.

We take great pride in our work and love to work on graded buildings to provide high-quality burglar alarms, CCTV, fire alarms, remote monitoring and access control. We are industry accredited to the coveted Gold Standard by the National Security Inspectorate, this means we work continuously to maintain the highest standards and excellence in our industry, through our installations, customer care, maintenance and monitoring services.

To learn more or book an appointment with one of our experienced surveyors call us on 0345 23 098 23 or drop us a line on enquiries@preventcrime.co.uk

Map of our CCTV and alarm system carried out in this area