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LEISURE - A Touch of Class at Alexandra Palace

OVERVIEW

Alexandra Palace, an iconic north London venue, which first opened as “The People’s Palace” in 1873 has seen the venue come back to life after 80 years of being closed to the public. The ambitious East Wing Restoration Project began following the publication of the charity’s master-plan in 2012. The plan identified six key areas for phased regeneration across the Palace, to define the optimum long-term use of the Palace for public benefit and commercial value and to underpin the vision for the regeneration and development of the site.


The Securefast AEB800 Touch Bar in anodized gold connected to double electro-magnetic locks was used to open a number of doors back stage which were linked to the access control system installed in the building. The product was chosen to allow emergency release in the direction of escape, whilst controlling security from the opposite direction. One of the doors is also linked to the control room so that the door can be monitored to ensure these are secure when required and not left open.

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