Donseed biometrics time and attendance devices are being used at residential development in Luton.
An ex-timber yard is the prime site for a residential development on Farley Hill in Luton and fingerprint clocking in tablets from Donseed are being used onsite by workers. The 0.84 acre site has been renamed Farley Mews and comprises fourteen 3 & 4 bedroom houses.
Situated within easy reach of Luton town centre and its vast array of amenities, the M1, Luton Airport and the station with its services to central London, Farley Mews is set in a private enclave with plenty of parking and generous sized gardens. All fourteen properties have already been sold off plan.
Ollie McGovern, CEO at Donseed says: “Our biometrics are ideal for smaller development sites, as well as large ones, such as Farley Mews. No matter how many workers you have onsite, ensuring their hours are recorded accurately can save £000’s over the duration of the project.”