'Security, Health & Safety'

Guidance Note 117: Cash and valuables in transit.

Date: 28/02/2018

Over recent years, the number of CVIT robberies has reduced through the excellent initiatives in place.

However, Revo would like to further enhance the guidance available to the industry to ensure that the mitigation of security and safety risks and the safe transportation of cash remains a high priority.

This guidance provides helpful advice to reduce the risk of CVIT robbery when cash is transported to and from shopping centres and other retail locations.

Members can access the ...

Revo Manchester 2018 - our doors are open!

Date: 06/02/2018

Three key business reasons to be there: Do deals. Learn. Socialise.

Connect with over 2,500 senior decision makers from across our diverse and progressive retail property and placemaking industry. This is the largest gathering of our community in the UK – all the people and businesses that together create, deliver, operate and occupy great places for work, rest and play.

How much? Member priority tickets are just £395 until Friday 20 April! Not a Revo member? Sorry, tickets ...

Once upon a time in the life of a Revo Member.

Date: 06/02/2018

We've just released our first ever membership campaign video!

The wonderful Tom Stewart from Bay Media features in the January edition.

Discover how the mysterious Suzy from Bushy Bratley engages with us to benefit her business and career!

GDPR: a gigantic headache for retail and property.

Date: 24/01/2018

We’re just months away from the new GDPR legalisation coming into effect and there’s no time like the present to ensure you’re compliant.

This industry wide workshop, delivered with RPC, will provide you with the opportunity to discuss the practical issues GDPR presents for the retail property industry and your business, and get the solutions you need.

It could be a gigantic headache for you, and us. So book your place now to relieve some of that pain.

Parsons Green Tube Station Incident.

Date: 15/09/2017

Counter Terrorism Advice Update

You will be aware of this morning’s terror incident at Parsons Green Tube Station. The national threat level remains at Severe after being heightened to Critical.

We have been liaising with the Counter Terrorism Specialists on your behalf, and their advice follows.

All our communities and partners should remain alert but not alarmed.

Plans for incidents of this type are put into practice. Many of you will have customers or staff who will look to you ...

How are we doing?

Date: 10/07/2017

We would like your honest, open thoughts.

You could win a £50 Love2shop voucher for letting us know!

Ever since we rebranded to Revo, we've been working hard to raise our game.

We’re committed to enhancing and improving our output in order to support our community to succeed.

There’s been some good stuff since last ...

Guidance Note 95 - Security Threat Mitigation Response Levels.

Date: 25/05/2017

With the security threat level at ‘Critical’ please refer to Revo Guidance Note 95: Security Threat Mitigation Response Levels and review your plans in accordance.

This has been made available for everyone to access.

View the document here

Action Counters Terrorism - Make Nothing Happen

Date: 13/03/2017

Since 2014, the threat we’ve faced from terrorism has been ‘Severe’ which means that an attack is highly likely.

But the cooperation between public and police is a powerful defence. Consequently, in recent years, attacks have been prevented and lives have been saved.

Communities defeat ...

Guidance Note 107: Insider Threat - Identity Verification

Date: 27/05/2016

Guidance Note 107: Insider Threat - Identity Verification has now been released and is available to read here.


This Guidance Note can only be viewed by members of BCSC. To find out more about membership go here, or join us today.

Security Update Post Brussels

Date: 23/03/2016

Following horrific attacks in Brussels we have been engaging with the security services to ascertain any changes in the current threat levels and advice for retail property asset ownersoperators and managers.   

Although the threat level remains the same, police forces across the U.K have been deployed in larger numbers in crowded places, and will therefore be more visible to your customers.


Guidance Note 102: Electronic Cigarettes (Vaping)

Date: 13/11/2015

Guidance Note 102: Electronic Cigarettes (Vaping) has now been released and is available to read here.

NACTSO Has Released an Updated Security Threat Warning

Date: 29/08/2014

Please read carefully to ensure you understand this increased threat. 


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MOPAC Business Crime Strategy Launched 23 July 2014

Date: 24/07/2014

The MOPAC Business Crime Strategy was launched on Wednesday 23 July. Our thanks to the Security & Safer Shopping Committee led by John Partington who have contributed to its development. 

The Online Twelve Frauds of Christmas

Date: 23/12/2013

The City of London Police is committed to preventing, detecting and disrupting fraudulent activities throughout the UK.  


Working with the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB), Get Safe Online and Action Fraud, they’ve created the twelve online frauds of Christmas that they suspect criminals may use during the festive period. These have been compiled with the aim of highlighting these fraudulent activities and increasing business and community awareness, together ...

Guidance Note 91: Crime Reporting Systems

Date: 05/11/2014
Description: This guidance note explores the nature of business crime reduction partnerships (BCRPs) and policing in town centres. It outlines the key requirements of IT crime reporting systems and their installation.

Guidance Note 92: Keeping Shopping Centre Malls Free From Anti-social Behaviour

Date: 05/11/2014
Description: This guidance note will begin by introducing the concept of anti-social behaviour (ASB). It will then provide guidance on how to prepare for instances of ASB, outline what to do in these instances and provide information on the measures adopted by police and local authorities.

CentreNews: Autumn Issue

Date: 03/11/2014
Description: LEADING RETAIL PROPERTY CENTRE NEWS W elcome to the first edition of the shopping centre management newsletter - we give our thanks to the Association of Shopping Centre Managers for permitting the use of their past newsletter title. So what’s this newsletter all about? The purpose is to combine the guidance, research and updates, events and awardspertinent to shopping centre management. BCSC produce a lot of information, some of which may be lost in our inboxes, so this Newsletter aims to ...

Guidance Note 90: Smash and Grab Raids – Prevention and Damage Limitation

Date: 03/10/2014
Description: This guidance note introduces the concept of smash and grab raids, explaining the nature in which they unfold and providing best practice on how to help prevent and respond to such incidents. The guidance provided is tailored to both the retailer and shopping centre security team.

Guidance Note 89: Guidance on Use of Media Screens in Shopping Centres

Date: 22/09/2014
Description: This guidance note discusses opportunities for the application of video media presentation to new and existing assets...

Guidance Note 95: Security Threat Mitigation Response Levels

Date: 22/04/2015
Description: This guidance note outlines all the different security threat levels and allocates an appropriate response level to each of them. It then provides detailed instructions on what to do at each response level and clarifies the different types of attack a shopping centre may be faced with.

Assessment of Flood Risk (2014)

Date: 24/04/2015
Description: ASSESSMENT OF FLOODRISK Assessment of flood risk Researched and written by: Brendan McCarthy Sophie Tarran Karen Telling Waterman Group Pickfords Wharf Clink Street London SE1 9DG www.watermangroup.com BCSC Charter House 13-15 Carteret Street Westminster London SW1H 9DJ www.bcsc.org.uk T: 0207 227 4480 ISBN: 978 1 897958 62 9 © BCSC (British Council of Shopping Centres) 2014 Acknowledgements BCSC wishes to thank the Waterman Group and the BCSC Technical Affairs Committee for their support ...

Guidance Note 86: CCTV in Shopping Centres and Associated Car Parks

Date: 26/02/2014
Description: This guidance note replaces the guidance noten14 issued in 1993, which is now cancelled. It is issued following the Coalition Government’s ‘Surveillance Camera Code of Practice’ dated June 2013 and issued by the Home Office.

Guidance Note 85: Overhead Glazing and ETFE Roofing

Date: 17/01/2014
Description: Highly publicised failures of overhead roof glazing in recent years lend emphasis to the importance of careful design and specification of this element, which is a common feature in modern shopping centres.

Guidance Note 84: Energy Performance Certificates

Date: 11/12/2013
Description: Guidance note on EPC ratings and implications resulting from changing legislation Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) The requirement of an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) originated from the EU EPBD which was approved on 16 December 2002 and brought into force on 4 January 2003.

Guidance Note 82: The Private Security Industry Act 2001 – Where Are We Now?

Date: 27/11/2013
Description: The private security industry comprises a number of different sectors including the provision of manned guarding, door supervisors or vehicle immobilisers.

Guidance Note 80: Firearms Attacks in Shopping Centres

Date: 18/10/2013
Description: In December 2012 a gunman opened fire inside an Oregon shopping centre killing two people. There have been at least three other recent incidents in the USA, one in Finland (December 2009), one in Toronto (March 2013) and one in Amsterdam (April 2011).

Guidance Note 75: Suicide in Shopping Centres and Associated Car Parks

Date: 15/04/2013
Description: In the UK, suicide rates are rising with an increase of 437 to 6,045 in 2011 compared with 2010. The effects on the shopping centre can be catastrophic from the obvious disruption to the normal happy customer-friendly atmosphere to one of death, major injury and trauma with the associated human consequences of shock, depression and mental effects requiring professional counselling.

Guidance Note 74: Lifts in the Retail Environment

Date: 12/12/2012
Description: UK shopping malls are generally low rise and therefore lifts are not part of the mass transit systems that we see in office blocks. The mass vertical transportation in the retail environment is provided by escalators, which are a more efficient means of people movement.

Protecting Shopping Centres: Human Factors Guidance 2012

Date: 03/12/2012
Description: ‘Human factors’ and how it can affect the day to day security in a shopping centre, is probably a completely new concept to most readers. The air traffic control and maritime industries recognised it as a weak area some time ago and have taken great strides in addressing the problem.

Guidance Note 70: Drugs Awareness

Date: 18/10/2012
Description: Drugs are substances that change people’s behaviour and the way in which the mind and body works. Substance misuse includes the use of illegal drugs, prescribed drugs and substances such as solvents and new psychoactive substances commonly referred to as ‘legal highs’.

Addressing Crime and Disorder in Public Places 2011

Date: 13/09/2011
Description: Dealing with crime (including terrorism) and disorder in public places is high on the public’s agenda. However, consideration of the complex issues involved may only start when construction is complete and operation begins. At that point, many issues will be considered by operators and facility managers/maintainers.

Guidance Note 71: Escalators

Date: 20/08/2012
Description: Escalators and moving walks are an efficient and safe means of moving large numbers of passengers and as such, are commonly used within shopping centres. The specification and safe operation of escalators however, requires careful consideration and procedures with respect to design, management and maintenance.

A Guide to Preparing an Occupiers Handbook in ROI

Date: 14/04/2015
Description: SCSI Professional Guidance A Guide to Preparing an Occupiers Handbook For Commercial and Retail Property Managers Information paper A Guide to Preparing an Occupiers Handbook For Commercial and Retail Property Managers Information paper 2 | A Guide to Preparing an Occupiers Handbook Published by Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland, 38 Merrion Square, Dublin 2, Ireland Tel: + 353 (0)1 644 5500 Email: info@scsi.ie No responsibility for loss or damage caused to any person acting or ...

Safer Surfaces to Walk on: Reducing the Risks of Slipping - 2010 Update

Date: 11/06/2010
Description: © copyright CIRIA 2010. No unauthorised copying or distribution permitted. For BCSC distribution only CIRIA C652 London, 2006 Updated 2010 Safer surfaces to walk on – reducing the risk of slipping Acknowledgements D Lazarus Arup C Perkins Arup J Carpenter Consultant Classic House, 174–180 Old Street, London EC1V 9BP TEL: 020 7549 3300 FAX: 020 7253 0523 EMAIL: enquiries@ciria.org WEBSITE: www.ciria.org © copyright CIRIA 2010. No unauthorised copying or distribution permitted. For BCSC ...

Guidance Note 63: Fire Risk Assessment in Shopping Centre Mall Commercialisation Activities

Date: 09/11/2009
Description: The use of malls in shopping centres for commercialisation activities is an increasingly important trend as pressure on income increases. Such activity drives increased footfall and revenue for the centre but there are important fire safety considerations to be understood.

Guidance Note 64: Disposal of Possibly Contaminated Sharp Waste

Date: 24/11/2009
Description: The need to safely manage and dispose of ‘sharp waste’ is a chronic problem for shopping centre management. This guidance note has been updated to assist management staff in developing and evolving their operational procedures to deal with this issue.

Guidance Note 60: The Community Safety Accreditation Scheme – its Application in a Retail Environment, England and Wales only

Date: 15/05/2009
Description: This guidance note will not make a recommendation as to whether particular shopping centres, retail parks or stand-alone shops should adopt the scheme or not. This decision is up to individual operators and will be driven by the local conditions and environment.

Guidance Note 59: Fire Safety Order – What it Means for Shopping Centres

Date: 06/04/2009
Description: The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 came into effect on 1 October 2006. This legislation applies to all non-domestic premises in England and Wales. The law applies to you if you are an employer, or responsible for business premises (i.e. shop manager) or premises for a charitable or voluntary organisation, or any person who has some control over part of the premises.

BCSC Security & Safer Shopping Committee Abbreviations Table

Date: 01/10/2014
Description: Need a one-stop guide on industry abbreviations? Well, here you go!

Threat Level Increase

Date: 29/08/2014
Description: The threat level from international terrorism has changed from SUBSTANTIAL to SEVERE in response to the developments in Syria and Iraq. This means it is highly likely that a terrorist attack could happen in the UK.

Street View Imagery/3D Imagery Mapping

Date: 02/07/2014
Description: This guidance note has been written in response to requests from business and industry following approaches from Street View Imagery/3D Imagery companies to photograph and map the internal footprints of publicly accessible sites.

Guidance Note 97: Slip Resistance

Date: 02/06/2015
Description: The purpose of this guidance note is to give an overview of the issue of slip resistance for flooring materials in retail developments, whether internal or external environments.

CentreNews. Spring Issue

Date: 29/04/2015
Description: CENTRE NEWS | ISSUE 3 CENTRE NEWS SPRING 2015 | ISSUE 3 As a proud member of the SCM diploma alumni, I’m delighted to see this year’s list of graduates. W elcome to the Spring edition of Centre News. In this edition, the focus is on customer experience, the edge that makes the difference. In the age of social media and review websites, a poor experience by a customer can quickly go viral. This is something we all want to avoid! BCSC celebrates and awards customer excellence through the ...

Guidance Note 50: Lifts in the Retail Environment

Date: 18/07/2007
Description: This guidance note has been kindly undertaken by WSP on behalf of the Technical Affairs Committee. Its aim is to provide clear and simple advice on the installation and maintenance of lifts in retail environments.

Guidance Note 44: Keeping Shopping for Customers

Date: 05/12/2005
Description: ASBOs were introduced by the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 (“the Act”) which came into force in April 1999. ASBOs are part of the Government’s agenda to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour and improve the quality of life in local communities.

Guidance Note 43: Drugs Awareness

Date: 18/03/2005
Description: This note is designed to advise on possible management, personnel training and awareness issues. Contact advice on other Agencies that may be helpful is also offered. It is not designed to provide details of drugs or the wider impact and cost of drug abuse.

Guidance Note 41: The Private Security Industry Act 2001

Date: 15/06/2004
Description: The private security industry comprises a number of different sectors including provision of manned guarding, wheel-clamping, door supervisors, private investigators and security consultants.

Occasional Paper 10: CCTV User Guide for Shopping Environments

Date: 24/10/2007
Description: Designed and produced by Price: £25 (BCSC members £15) www.in2.co.uk Westminster, London SW1H 9BT 1 Queen Anne’s Gate BCSC 10 CCTV user guide for shopping environments BCSC Occasional Paper No.10 01 02 02 02 03 03 03 04 06 Introduction CCTV licensing and regulation – Licensing – Data protection The operational requirement – Introduction – Level 1 – Level 2 – Define the problem 06 – Management issues Protection Commissioner by the Office of the Data – ‘CCTV Code of ...

Guidance Note 38: The Private Security Industry Act 2001

Date: 31/01/2002
Description: The private security industry comprises a number of different sectors including provision of manned guarding, wheel-clamping, door supervisors, private investigators and security consultants. Although a large portion of the industry is seen as responsible and adopting high standards in its recruitment and other procedures, concerns have long been expressed over the activities and standards of some in the industry.

Guidance Note 37: Security Alerts

Date: 31/01/2002
Description: This Guidance Note has been prepared for the benefit of BCSC members with responsibilities for security in shopping centres. The information provided can be issued to relevant people in your own organisation.

Guidance Note 36: Creating a Safer Shopping Environment

Date: 21/06/2002
Description: A safe and secure environment is the key to creating public and business confidence. Adopting a proactive and partnership approach to ensure a safe shopping environment creates a better experience for the consumer, improves business performance and reduces the security risk as well as protecting and enhancing the value of property assets.

Guidance Note 28: Fire Certificates – Owners, Managing Agents and Tenants

Date: 11/01/2000
Description: It is essential for owners, managing agents and tenants of shopping centres to read, understand and comply fully with the requirements of fire certificates issued under the Fire Precautions Act 1971.

Guidance Note 26: Crime and Disorder Act 1998

Date: 13/07/1999
Description: The Act requires police and local authorities to work in partnership, and with others (including shopping centre owners, retailers and managers), to reduce crime and disorder at a local level.

Guidance Note 25: Bomb Threats: Search, Evacuation and Recovery Procedures

Date: 25/04/1999
Description: The overriding consideration must always be the safety of the general public, members of centre staff, other occupiers of the shopping centre and retailers‘ staffs and precautionary steps should be taken to ensure that...

Guidance Note 21: The Disability Discrimination Act (1995)

Date: 28/08/1997
Description: The Disability Discrimination Act introduces new laws and measures aimed at ending the discrimination which many disabled people face.

Political Insight Newsletter #01

Date: 25/09/2015
Description: View in browser Follow us: #BCSCinsight This is the first of our new monthly government relations newsletter which replaces BCSCFifteen, the communication you received in the run up to May’s General Election. This update will contain lots of information on latest policy developments and the impact on our industry, what we are doing to represent your interests, some political insight and maybe even a touch of gossip…. It’s good to talk, so drop me a line if you have any comments, and ...

Guidance Note 101: Fire Regulations and the Design of Retail Developments

Date: 29/09/2015
Description: This guidance note provides an overview of the regulations for fire safety in the design of shopping centres and retail environments, together with useful guidance regarding the early stages of design.

CentreNews Issue 04 | Autumn 2015

Date: 12/10/2015
Description: CENTRE NEWS | ISSUE 4 CENTRE NEWS AUTUMN 2015 | ISSUE 4 Welcome to the Autumn edition of Centre News! management perspective. Margery Rose is 92 years old and works at the Mall Maidstone. I would think Margery must be the oldest shopping centre employee in the UK – but I could be wrong ….. have you an older employee at your centre? In this issue, the focus shifts to the work of our Commercialisation Committee, chaired by Richard Isom of Land Securities Group PLC. The committee works ...

Political Insight Newsletter #02

Date: 20/10/2015
Description: View in browser Follow us: #BCSCinsight We're back with your monthly dose of thought-provoking insight (well, we like to think so anyway) to update you on what BCSC has been doing to represent your interests to key political decision makers. It has been party conferences galore over the past few weeks, so now it's time to review and share the highs and lows of each. It’s good to talk, so drop me a line if you have any comments, or are willing to share any of your own political ...

Guidance Note 102: Electronic Cigarette (Vaping)

Date: 13/11/2015
Description: The newly revised EU Tobacco Products Directive proposes to regulate e-cigarettes as a tobacco related product. These new rules set to be implemented across EU Member States will specify how tobacco related products (included e-cigarettes) can be sold, presented and manufactured.

NaCTSO Guidance Note 2/2015 | Reviewing your Protective Security

Date: 19/11/2015
Description: There is no change to the UK threat level which remains at SEVERE, this means an attack is highly likely. Following the recent attacks, it is important that businesses reassure their staff to ensure they are alert, but not alarmed.

NaCTSO Guidance Note 1/2015 | Developing Dynamic Lockdown Procedures

Date: 19/11/2015
Description: This note provides guidance to develop procedures to dynamically lockdown their sites in response to a fast moving incident such as a firearms or weapons attack, either directly at the site or in the vicinity.

NaCTSO Guidance Note 3/2015 | Guide to Hostile Reconnaissance

Date: 19/11/2015
Description: Terrorists very often undertake some form of reconnaissance before carrying out an attack. They may do this in vehicles or on foot, recording and documenting locations.

Centre News | Winter 2015 | Issue 5

Date: 30/11/2015
Description: PURPLE APPLE MARKETING COMMITTEE SECURITY NOTICE IF MARKETING IS FROM MARS NIRSC STUDY TOUR 2015 SERCMA’S GATWICK AIRPORT VISIT FOOTFALL MONITOR CENTRE NEWS WINTER 2015 | ISSUE 5 Copyright © 2015 BCSC him with affection and respect. • “John was a true gentleman, always willing to help others and a keen advocate of all that was good within our industry. He will be greatly missed by all those who had the pleasure of working with or knowing him. I am sure you will join us in passing on ...

Case Study: Understanding Dementia / Dementia Friendly Place

Date: 16/12/2015
Description: Understanding Dementia / Dementia Friendly Place Handforth Dean Retail Park, Cheshire Size of Retail Park: 230,000 sq ft (2150 car park spaces) Cost: None as all staff were released for training during their usual working hours and The Alzheimer’s Society co-ordinator provided mentoring and support plus free training for staff from stores. Background The Alzheimer’s Society has committed to spread awareness of dementai through training of Champions and Friends and the management of ...

Outlook for Retail 2016

Date: 18/01/2016
Description: Economics Outlook For Retail 2016 January 2016 Economics Contents Executive summary 3 Outlook for UK retail 27 Consumer backdrop in 2016 4 Retailer backdrop in 2016 5 Consumer backdrop in 2016 Inflation Labour market Credit and household borrowing Renewed austerity Interest rates Consumer confidence Spending power 6 8 10 12 13 14 15 Retail Sector Dashboard Food and Grocery Clothing Consumer Electricals Furniture and Flooring Homewares Health and Beauty DIY and Gardening Footwear 28 29 30 31 ...

BCSC Strategy 2020

Date: 25/02/2016
Description: BCSC Strategy 2020 Copyright © 2016 BCSC The need for change 01 02 03 05 06 The need for change BCSC Strategic Model What we’ll be doing What will this mean for you, your business and your industry? How we will measure and report performance Over the last few years we have all experienced the significant change in the retail market, driven by technological advances and changes in the way consumers purchase goods and communicate with businesses and one another. Retail property companies ...

Guidance Note 106: Over Tiling Retail Floors

Date: 17/03/2016
Description: The purpose of this guidance note is to provide an overview of the matters that should be taken into account when considering over tiling rather than replacement of a mall floor finish in a retail scheme.

Guidance Note 107: Insider Threat - Identity Verification

Date: 27/05/2016
Description: This guidance note addresses the issues surrounding identity verification and, in particular, document verification and, thereby, helps to mitigate the risks presented by the insider threat.

Security Conference Programme 2016

Date: 27/09/2016
Description: Event Programme Revo Security and safer shopping: Exclusive insights – Meet the experts Wednesday 16 November 2016 09:00-14:30 RETAIL PROPERTY SECURITY – ADDRESSING THE THREAT IN 2016 AND BEYOND 09:00 Registration 09:30 Welcome Address Philip Jones, Security Manager Westfield, Chair of Revo Security Safer Shopping Committee 09:50 The Threat Representative from CPNI NaCTSO 10:30 The Human Aspects of Crime Prevention Martin Smith, Chairman and Founder, The Security Company (International) ...

Revo Membership Pack

Date: 05/10/2016
Description: Join our community. Don’t just imagine what’s next. Contents Our vision 1 Our mission 3 Our community Our story Membership structure Member benefits Fees and categories Join our community 2 4 5 6 7 8 Our vision. Why we do what we do. Revo supports everyone involved in the diverse world of retail property and placemaking to thrive and prosper – energising and driving progress for our industry and our members. “The new brand comes from the very heart of the organisation, reflecting ...

Integrated Safety Management and Major Incidents in Retail Places

Date: 28/11/2016
Description: Guidance for general managers: Integrated safety management and major incidents in retail places. Introduction and scope 2 Defining the major incident 9 The context – challenges in the shopping centre environment Addressing business continuity management 6 9 The components of integrated safety management 10 Prevention 15 Anticipation and assessment Preparation Response Recovery Conclusion 10 15 16 22 24 Figure 1: The cycle of integrated safety management (ISM) Scan horizon for emerging or ...

Guidance Note 109 - The Recruitment and Training of Security Officers in Retail Property

Date: 28/11/2016
Description: Security officers are deployed in shopping centres in order to support the property owner and/or management team in delivering a safe and secure environment in which to do business by...

Guidance Note 110 - Managing Security in Retail Car Parks

Date: 28/11/2016
Description: A significant number of shopping trips begin and end by visiting a retail place car park. The car park, therefore, becomes an important and integral customer service, which will reflect the quality of the centre.

Counter Terrorism Security Update

Date: 20/12/2016
Description: On Monday 19 December 2016 at about 20:00, a heavy goods vehicle drove into a Christmas Market in Berlin, Germany. At this time 12 people have been killed and 48 injured as a result of the incident. It is believed that the vehicle had been stolen and the incident is being investigated by German authorities as a probable terrorist attack.

HGV Security Guidance

Date: 14/02/2017
Description: Help reduce criminal and suspicious activity by following these simple steps.

Action Counters Terrorism - Make Nothing Happen

Date: 13/03/2017
Description: Make Nothing Happen A campaign urging the public to act on their instincts and report suspicious activity. Digital Why we are doing this SEVERE terror threat - an attack highly likely. We are doing all we can but are asking for even more public support. Radio & online Our mandate from the public 73% concerned about terrorism in the UK; 75% agree CT police are doing a good job; 83% agree it’s important to support the police. Communities defeat terrorism A third of our most serious cases ...

Action Counters Terrorism - Letter from Mark Rowley

Date: 13/03/2017
Description: Official Mark Rowley Assistant Commissioner National CT Policing Lead London SW1H 0NN 1 March 2017 Dear Sir or Madam, Re: Launch of ACT: Action Counters Terrorism campaign I am writing to update you about the launch of our forthcoming national counter terrorism awareness campaign. Called “Make Nothing Happen” it focuses on the critical role the public can play in defeating terrorism. The campaign will be the first under our new branding platform, ACT: Action Counters Terrorism: a ...

Mail screening and security – Specification

Date: 27/03/2017
Description: PAS 97:2015 is a specification for mail screening and security within your organization. It contains everything you need to help identify and implement appropriate postal security and screening measures that address the risks your organization faces.

Revo - Brand Book

Date: 19/05/2017
Description: Introducing Revo. Our new brand. Revo is a new brand for a new era. These are exciting times for retail property and placemaking. The landscape is changing profoundly and will continue to do so. Distinctions are blurring – we’re not just about shopping anymore. Our world is continually diversifying and shifting… and we sit right at the heart of it. The next pages describe what Revo is all about. Who we are, what we stand for and what we intend to achieve. From now on, we all need to ...

Revo 2017 Programme

Date: 12/06/2017
Description: Conference Programme Tuesday 19 – Thursday 21 September Connecting People & Places Tuesday 19 September 17:30 – 22:00 Launch Party Camp & Furnace Food, leisure and placemaking trends. Welcome from Edward Cooke, Chief Executive, Revo With guest presentations from:   Henry Dimbleby, Co-Founder, Leon and London Union/Street Feast Mark Lawler, Managing Director, Baltic Creative Wednesday 20 September 09:30 – 09:45 Hello from Giulia, Revo’s President Giulia Bunting, Planning ...

Security Bridging Call - Key Messages

Date: 08/06/2017
Description: Shopping Centres, Retail Parks, Town Centres, Retailers: The Threat

Screening Guidance 2017

Date: 16/06/2017
Description: Screening people and their belongings – simple and effective measures.

Accessible Places | UK Statistics

Date: 28/11/2017
Description: 13.3 million people living with a disabilty in the UK 4/5 disabilities are invisible 21% of the total population 18% of all working age adults 4.9 million people are unpaid informal carers The purple pound is worth £249bn 44% of all state pension age adults 7% of all children Men vs. Women There are more disabled women than men in the UK Conditions reported by disabled people Mobility Stamina/ breathing/fatigue Dexterity Mental health 19% 52% 38% 27% 22% Memory 16% Hearing 14% Learning ...

Accessible Places | Centre Manager Survey Results

Date: 28/11/2017
Description: Shopping Centre Managers’ Survey. Please let us know which categories you are not aware of, which you are aware of but for which you have not yet implemented any initiatives, and those which you are actively supporting. 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% Not Aware or do not understand Cognitive (e.g. autism & dementia) Aware but no initiatives to support Physiological disorders & mental illness (e.g. anxiety, depression, bipolar) Active initiatives - Facilities or services Hearing loss & Deafness Active ...

Revo Manchester 2018 Floor Plan

Date: 06/02/2018
Description: 18-20 September 2018 Manchester Central 20 33 Landsec 76 F&B Showcase The Lawn 65 81 82 68 RLI Knight Frank 67 53 45 Reed Midem 42 43 Access Point The Hive 54 G24 40 Lunson Mitchenall 39 50 38 37 The Boulevard & The Junction 35 Shoppertainment Bargate Quarter Sky�i Revo 26 24 9 23 Eric Young & Co BWP Group 8 6 27 Global Mutual West�eld Ellandi 15 10 12 Grosvenor 25 Savills M&G Real Estate 22 EG 11 Infabode 3 16 17 14 21 36 Cushman & Wake�eld 18 The Gateway 5 FSP JLL 41 34 Genr8 ...

Guidance Note 117: Cash and valuables in transit

Date: 26/02/2018
Description: This guidance has been developed by members of the Revo Security and Safer Shopping Committee. Its aim is to provide helpful advice to retailers and others to reduce the risk of Cash and Valuables in Transit (CVIT) robbery when cash is transported to and from shopping centres and other retail locations in general.