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Football and Stadium Management August - September 2018 Contents

1

A Redexim Verti-Top 1200 helps South Wales Sports Grounds improve efficiency

The latest addition to their vast fleet of machinery at South Wales Sports Grounds (SWSG) is a Redexim Verti-Top 1200 from Charterhouse Turf Machinery. SWSG undertake a wide variety of grounds maintenance contracts for a range of clients from local authorities, major contracting groups, universities and colleges through to individual sports clubs and private clients – with no two days bringing the same tasks and demands.

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2

Powerday secures three year Saracens contract

Powerday has secured a three year contract with the newly crowned Aviva Premiership Champions, Saracens RFC.



3

Chester Racecourse submit plans for fresh £100million development including brand new grandstand

Chester Racecourse have submitted a planning application for a new £100million development including a new grandstand and an events and conference centre.

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4

Hosepipe ban: Firm behind shortage leaks millions of litres of water a year

THE hosepipe ban will see firemen practice with empty hoses while football pitches are ruined – but the water firm imposing it leaks enough water to fill Wembley Stadium 160 times a year.

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5

Raising Standards for Effective CCTV Stadium Surveillance

Stadium owners face unique challenges managing security, particularly when hosting high profile concerts and sporting fixtures. Despite football-related arrests decreasing, the risks to personal and national security have never been greater and the government’s overall terrorism threat level remains ‘severe’.

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6

The main event: How IP technology is transforming stadium security

Before a very successful 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, there were fears that the event might be targeted by criminal and terror groups. To counteract the threat, strong security measures were put in place to ensure fan safety, which turned out to be incredibly successful. Enhanced security measures are paramount in today’s current security climate as the physical security of sporting stadiums and concert venues has never been under as much scrutiny as it is today.

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7

Cyber crime: A threat to stadium safety that cannot be ignored

Picture the scene. It’s the second half in a high-tension derby match and the home team have just scored to take the lead. Thousands of people are on their feet celebrating. And then the stadium power goes out.

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8

Doncaster Rovers to save £1 million from subsidy-free PPA install

One of the first high profile subsidy-free commercial installs has been completed at the Keepmoat Stadium, home to Doncaster Rovers Football Club, with low technology costs and public sector backing showing that solar has a strong future post-feed-in tariff (FiT).

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