An affordable, state of the art safe deposit locker facility, Neelkanth Safe Deposit, was opened by the late Chandrakant Pujara and his nephew Kumar Pujara in the heart of Southall, West London, in 2014. Having set up a similar business, Bank House Lockers, some years before, the Pujara Family were keen to build on their experience and expand the service. In their vision, they wanted to build a series of safe deposit centres around London that provided individuals, families, and businesses with secure facilities to safe keep their valuables at affordable rates. A second branch was opened in South Croydon in 2019 as a part of that vision.
Neelkanth Safe Deposit’s senior management team comprises of Mr Kumar Pujara (Director) and his wife Mrs Manisha Pujara (Director).
Trust and Integrity
Trust and Integrity is at the heart of everything we do at Neelkanth Safe Deposit. This is evidenced by the close affiliation of the business to the Sarjudas Foundation, which supports multifarious community activities and initiatives. Profits from the business are channelled back to the community via donations to these charities.
Neelkanth Safe Deposit have invested heavily in technology, infrastructure, staff development and processes to become one of the leading Safe Deposit Centres in the UK. The Parliamentary Review, a prestigious publication which aims to share best practice among policy makers and business leaders, recognised Neelkanth Safe Deposit as an industry leader and featured them in their 2020 review.
“We also invested significantly in security systems. Our Grade X-EX-CD vaults and high-quality lockers were built by Robur AB of Sweden, a European leader in vault and locker manufacturing.”
“Our state-of-the-art, maximum security deposit centres give our customers a sense of security and safety: that they can leave their valuables in our lockers.”
“Our robust compliance and operational procedures are coupled with multiple layers of security, including controlled access, multi-alarm systems and 24-hour surveillance monitoring.”