Thursday 28 October 2021
13.6 C

Sheriff officially opens Nottingham Vaults safety deposit box facility

Sheriff of Nottingham, Cllr Patience Ifediora has officially opened Nottingham’s first safety deposit box facility, Nottingham Vaults.

Based in Stoney Street, Nottingham Vaults has been introduced in response to high demand for the service in the Midlands as most major banks no longer offer safe deposit services to their customers.

Access to the facility is granted through a navigation of personal identification, biometric scanners, customer code and digital photo recognition – a level of security and technology which surpasses the standards set by banks.

Nottingham Vaults The Sheriff of Nottingham Cllr Patience Ifediora officially opens Nottingham Vaults LR

Co-founder Seamus Fahy said; “We are absolutely thrilled to have the Sheriff of Nottingham officially open Nottingham Vaults. Enquiries and sign ups have continued to pour in since the completion of the facility, with many citing that they previously held a safe deposit box with a bank before the services were scrapped.

Nottingham Vaults Seamus Fahy and Vaults staff LR

“An increasing number of people across Nottingham and the wider Midlands were contacting us about opening a convenient and affordable way to protect their valuables. We are fully insured by Lloyds of London, and all customers are offered complimentary insurance of £10,000 per box. So, along with all of our cutting-edge security systems, you can have complete peace of mind when storing your valuables with us.”

Clients can visit the vault seven days a week, 362 days a year, with unlimited free access. The facility offers various box sizes to suit all client requirements, with rental from less than £3 per week and discounts available for long-term rentals.