Oakpark Security Opens Norwich Regional Office

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Essex-based security company Oakpark Security have opened a new Regional Office in Poringland, Norfolk in order to service an expanding customer base in North Suffolk and South Norfolk.

Oakpark Security are delighted to announce the opening of a new Norwich Regional Office to accommodate the growth of our Mobile Patrol and Keyholding network in South Norfolk.

A host of recent business wins have necessitated the development of our regional infrastructure and, after much searching, Oakpark Security was able to find a suitable location at the Rosebery Business Park in Poringland, Norfolk, that is owned and managed by South Norfolk Council.

The new Norwich Regional Office will house its own dedicated mobile response vehicles that will provide increased patrol and keyholding coverage for our customer portfolio between Bury St Edmunds and Norwich, lowering the costs of service to our end users in this area while simultaneously increasing the efficiency of our response division. It will also open up new areas of operation for our team including Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth, allowing Oakpark Security to provide manned guarding and mobile patrol services to these locations for the first time.

Peter Sutton, Head of Oakpark Security, commented: "We are that we have realised a long-standing ambition to develop our business infrastructure in South Norfolk and North Suffolk. Our search for suitable premises have been extensive but we are delighted to have taken us residence at Crafton House in what is a bright and modern facility that meets our needs. We look forward to developing our role within the Norfolk business community and taking the next step to becoming the leading provider of security services in East Angliaā€¯.

For further information about Oakpark Security, please visit https://www.oaksec.co.uk or call 01206 793673.

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