SBD News

Liddle Doors join Secured by Design

Liddle Doors is one of the latest physical security specialists to join Secured by Design (SBD), the national police crime prevention initiative.

With over 40 years of experience in the industry, Liddle Doors specialises in providing physical security solutions to the utilities sector. Liddle Doors offers a wide range of security products, including steel doors, kiosks and bar sets, as well as providing associated civil works.

Liddle Doors is the most recent addition to the nation’s leading manufacturer of steel security products, Bradbury Group. Combining Bradbury Group’s unrivalled manufacturing capability and production capacity, with Liddle Doors’ forty-year heritage in the industry and trust within the utilities sector, ensures Liddle Doors will be able to offer a wider scope of products and services.

As part of the Bradbury Group, Liddle Doors offer a comprehensive package and expert project delivery. From a single product to complex projects, the company provide competitive turnkey solutions to meet specific requirements.

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You can find out more about Liddle Doors and their extensive range of SBD accredited products here: https://www.securedbydesign.com/member-companies/sbd-members?view=companydetail&account=0011i00000TFyIOAA1

Mike Holloway, Director at Liddle Doors, said: “I am delighted that Liddle Doors has joined the well-renowned list of Secured by Design approved providers of physical security solutions. Secured by Design accreditation is becoming an increasingly sought-after requirement in our industry, so we are proud to now be able to offer a comprehensive series of accredited products”.

SBD Development Officer Doug Skins said: “I am really pleased that Liddle Doors have joined Secured by Design. They join with an extensive range of kiosks, cages, storage frames and security boxes having achieved Police Preferred Specification and this ensures that their customers can have confidence that their products have met the most robust security standards”.