Security & Perimeter Fencing

Mesh security fencing suited to creating a secure perimeter for commercial and residential locations including schools, sports stadiums warehouses, public parks, and more

  • Manufactured in the EU, to BS EN standards.
  • Available up to 9ft

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Security Fence Overview

Each fencing type can be used in multiple applications, locations, and scenarios. Your selection will depend on strength, height, look and feel as well as the level of deterrent you are looking to achieve.

Below you will find a detailed guide to help make your choice easier



Does security fencing guarantee to keep out vandals?

No. Unfortunately, there is no way to guarantee that any security fence will keep out unwanted guests. A perimeter fence on its own offers a good deterrent but it is possible to climb over or penetrate even the most secure fences.

To improve the security further you can add CCTV, sensor lights, guard dogs, barbed wire, and other fence toppers and/or human patrols.

How can I make the metal fence mesh visually appealing?

Metal mesh fencing is perfect for growing plants. The plants will weave in and out of the mesh. The Metropolitan Police have recommended the following plants that are thorny and therefore offer additional protection from unauthorised access.

  • Creeping Juniper
  • Blue Spruce;
  • Common Holly
  • Giant Rhubarb
  • Firethorn;


How high can I install a fence in my garden?

For the majority of residential locations in the UK you are able to install a 2m (6.5ft) perimeter fence in your back garden without permission and 1m (3.2ft) in your front garden where it adjoins a road or footpath. You will need planning permission from your local council for anything taller.

It is worth noting that plants that grow up your fence can excess 2m and do not require planning permission

Planning permission can differ between councils so please check before installing.