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Coronavirus safety

The health and safety of our colleagues and residents is our top priority

Help us to keep you and our teams safe

During the current national lockdown, you may still see some of our teams or contractors on your estate. They’re there to carry out essential tasks to keep you safe.

All of our teams and contractors will use appropriate Personal Protective Equipment when visiting your building. This is to protect our team and you as they go about their work.

Our teams and contractors will always carry identification – please don’t be embarrassed to ask to see it if you are concerned.

You can also help to keep yourself and our teams safe by observing social distancing guidelines at all times, and following NHS advice on self-isolation if you or someone in your household has coronavirus. Find out more on the NHS website.
With the national response to the outbreak constantly changing, we’re doing all we can to keep you safe and protect the services that are most important to you.

It's likely that the disruption caused by the current coronavirus outbreak will last several months.

We’re working hard to make sure we’re well prepared to deal with the latest developments. We want to make sure that our response is proportionate and minimises disruption.

Here you'll find the latest updates on our response to the outbreak.

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