Security guarding services, construction site security, keyholder alarm response, hire of monitored portable security camera systems, airfield security and security of vacant property across the UK

Security guards and security dog units

Property Security Group (PSG) provide static Security Guards, Security Dog Units, Night Watchmen, static guard and mobile security patrol services at clients’ construction sites, vacant commercial premises, country estates, schools, building sites, warehouses and factories

Portable 3G wireless security camera hire

Property Security Group (PSG) offer a versatile range of robust, temporary, portable security camera solutions for hire, tailored to protect and monitor vacant property, airfields, aerodromes, schools, construction sites and building site scaffolding - and which enable us to monitor unauthorised intrusions 24/7

Family-owned Property Security Group Limited is a nationwide security company in the UK staffed by well-trained and vetted SIA-licensed security staff supported by local supervision and our 24 hour national Control Room.

PSG offer a wide range of manned guarding, mobile security patrol, key holder, locking and unlocking of commercial premises, concierge services, static guards, covert electronic surveillance, building development and construction site security services – as well as electronic surveillance and intruder detection services.

To learn how Property Security Group can support your business, protect your property, assets and people, and help maintain business continuity, call us now on 0845 862 5480 - or email

Construction site security camera systems for hire, security guards and security dog handler services, building site scaffolding alarms for hire, security for vacant properties

Telephone Property Security Group Limited now on  0845 862 5480 

(outside UK +44 207 1124997)  

or email

© 2019 by Property Security Group Limited

(registered office: 25 Basingfield Close, Old Basing, RG24 7BG, UK).

Company Registration Number: 12536010

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