Access control barriers could solve new Leeds station objections
Security fears are among doubts expressed about plans for a new train station in Leeds. British Transport Police are one of the bodies who have objected to the development at Kirkstall. Councillors are set to give the green light for the station on the edge of the 56-acre Kirkstall Forge site, with parking and landscaping. Police have raised concerns over vulnerable cycle sheds, canopy/lifts encouraging loitering and the potential for anti-social behaviour.
Access Control UK has unrivalled experience in measures which control access to sites. Our smart card systems are adaptable so that they control any electronic mechanism that powers a physical security device. Starting with door barriers, this works up so that any gate, bollard or turnstile can be integrated into the set-up. The access readers can be located out of sight but will provide secure entry for authorised personnel. Registered passengers could use smart cards to make the cycle parks more secure.
The first point of contact can either be smart card controlled from an adjoining booth or from back at your main office. Access Control can be combined with other security systems we provide such as surveillance camera monitors.