Planting is wrongly specified i.e. too tall, or poorly managed and overgrown therefore blocking surveillance. Visitors are provided no reassurance as they approach buildings. The operation of the CCTV camera is impeded by foliage from an adjacent tree.Close
High hedging prevents both an overview and a view into the car park therefore making it to susceptible to criminal activity.Close
Open branched and columnar trees are used in a landscape scheme where natural and formal surveillance is required. Planting does not impede the opportunity for natural surveillance and avoids the creation of potential hiding places. Plant growth above 1m and tree foliage below 2m is avoided and thus there is appropriate natural surveillance.Close
Plant growth above 1m and tree foliage below 2m is avoided and thus there is adequate natural surveillance. Plant growth below 500mm is in place around car parking areas to deter vehicle interference.
Species selection of trees and shrubs has been taken into account to ensure that their future maintenance complements on-going site security. Slow growing plants which require less maintenance are in place.Close