The Rise of Safe Deposit Boxes

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Bank closures have steadily increased in England, especially in the North of England, over the last decade. NatWest, the largest bank in the U.K., has decided to close 32 banks in 2022 alone. In addition, Which?’ stated that “since 2015, 4,685 bank branches have shut their doors, with a further 226 already scheduled to close by the end of the year. It said this equates to nearly half of the network.”

This has left customers all over the country at loose ends and begs the question, “where’s left to store my valuables securely?”. One result of this has been the rise of safe deposit centres, which have begun to pop up all over the U.K. Thanks to this, customers have more independence, and valuables are more secure than ever.

This may also open up another question: “what is a safety deposit box, and how can it help me?”. A safety deposit centre is a location with columns of lockers within a secure vault, which only allows for authorised access through several security methods. There are also various sizes available to meet your needs. 

Safe deposit boxes also mean your valuables no longer have to be kept at home. This means you have peace of mind that your possessions are kept under secure lock and key with around the clock security. 

If you live in the North West of England, your first port should also be  The Safe Deposit Centre Manchester. Our safe deposit centre is the only facility in the North-West to house a Grade 10 vault. Providing unparalleled security for your valued items and features the latest access control.

Associated Security built and installed the Safe Deposit centre. They have over 75 years of experience in the industry for the company.

Enquire about a box.