The George Building

The architect-designed George Building on the Nottingdale campus in West London, offers premium brands 56,00sq ft of office and retail space. Tenants share a buzzing creative neighbourhood with names such as Stella McCartney, Cath Kidston, Loaf, Temperley and Monsoon.

The Challenge

Attracting premium brands into the space, meant managing agent, Savills, needed to offer prospects the reassurance of a Tier 1 security provider.

As well as large communal and void spaces to protect, the turnover of prospective tenants could be measured in the hundreds of millions.

This was a site that called not just for 24/7 manned guarding, but also on-site security officers with the experience to protect brand reputations.

Our Approach

Working collaboratively with Savills – we paid several visits to assess infrastructure and environment in the final stages of construction – helped us create the best-fit solution.


Despite a tight deadline for opening, we recruited a team of highly-trained security professionals capable of familiarising themselves quickly and effectively with the site.

Dardan’s real-time reporting system, PRIME, enabled specific security tasks to be tailored to The George Building. This ensures complete visibility and accuracy of checks made by the on-site security team, including perimeter inspections and fire extinguisher tests.

Our Impact

With a highly reliable security solution in place, The George Building continues to attract more illustrious names.

  • Dardan’s security officers provide a visual deterrent to intruders, and mobile patrols create confidence for tenants.
  • Our resource and planning team ensures vigilant officers are always on-site.
  • Dardan’s 24/7 control room boosts security by connecting mobile teams capable of e deliver a rapid incident response.
  • Monthly management reports to Savills include KPIs to highlight the value of ongoing security processes.

If you’re interested in how Dardan can give your tenants reassurance while safeguarding their assets, get in touch today.