Sotogrande, safest place called home
In 2023, Sotogrande has continued to enhance its security measures, making it the safest place to call home. We’ve seen a noticeable improvement in the safety of our community, with only three reported theft incidents this year.
According to the report from the management of Gestión de Parques of Sotogrande: this positive trend builds upon the decreasing numbers we observed in 2021, where there were two incidents, and 2022, with three incidents.
Thermal cameras, fencing, speed cameras, alarm systems and collaboration with local authorities contribute to considering Sotogrande as the safest place in Costa del SolThese improvements can be attributed to the effectiveness of Sotogrande’s security teams, who are equipped with the latest technical tools, ensuring the best possible results. Parques de Sotogrande collaborate closely with local authorities such as the Civil Government, National Police, and Local Police to share information and efforts, strengthening security throughout the urbanization.
Regarding property alarm systems, Sotogradne has maintained a consistent level of service compared to previous years, with 4,981 alarm calls responded to in 2022.
Furthermore, Sotogrande has taken significant steps to bolster our security. In May, they installed fencing in the green area bordering Guadalquitón. This additional fencing completes the perimeter protection. This area had previously experienced several intrusion attempts, which were detected thanks to the thermal cameras installed in the vicinity. We anticipate that this new fencing will act as a deterrent against such incidents.
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In an effort to maintain the safety and appeal of our surroundings, Sotogrande has also updated the security check next to the bridge, ensuring that even the smallest details contribute to a secure and welcoming environment in Sotogrande.
In 2023 we have had only 3 incidents of theft. This data, together with the numbers registered in 2021 (2 incidents of theft) and 2022 (3 incidents of theft) consolidates the downward trend that we have been observing.
These good data are due to the effectiveness of Sotogrande’s security teams confirming that the strategy of making the latest technical tools generation available to security guards allows Sotogrande to achieve the best results.
Parques de Sotogrande continues to hold regular meetings with Civil Government, National Police and Local Police in order to combine efforts and information on the state of security in the area affected by the urbanization.
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|Charles Gubbins and Stephanie Noll – Sotogrande Real Estate Experts