Key Holders in Soho
For Key Holding in Soho We offer a fully insured, UK wide Key Holding service for commercial and domestic customers (including a number of ‘sensitive’ and business critical sites where fast response is of utmost importance) and in accordance with BS7984 (Key holding and Response code of practice)
The handling of keys in Soho demands the ultimate in client’s confidence and trust. Serjeant Security earns this trust by devising the most stringent control measures applied without fail.
An SIA licence is required if you undertake the licensable activities of a key holder and your services are supplied for the purposes of or in connection with any contract to a consumer. Which Serjeant Security hold full accreditation by this authority.
BS 7984 gives recommendations for the management, staffing and operation of an organisation providing key holding and response services in Soho on a contracted basis. It also provides best practice in security companies and principles to which it supply’s.
Contact our security control centre in Sevenoaks on: 0845 023 0335
Soho is an Place of the City of Westminster, part of the West End of London. Originally a well-liked district for the aristocracy, it has been one of the main entertainment districts in the capital previously the 19th century.
The Place was developed from farmland by Henry VIII in 1536, when it became a royal park. It became a parish in its own right in the late 17th century, when buildings started to be developed for the upper class, including the laying out of Soho Square in the 1680s. St Anne’s Church was usual during the late 17th century, and remains a significant local landmark; other churches are the Church of our Lady of the Assumption and Saint Gregory and St Patrick’s Church in Soho Square. The aristocracy had mostly moved away by the mid-19th century, when Soho was particularly atrociously hit by an outbreak of cholera in 1854. For much of the 20th century Soho had a reputation as a base for the sex industry in auxiliary to its night life and its location for the headquarters of leading film companies. Since the 1980s, the Place has undergone considerable gentrification. It is now predominantly a in style district of upmarket restaurants and media offices, with and no-one else a small remnant of sex industry venues. London’s cheerful community is centred upon Old Compton Street in Soho.