Our offices are now closed and we are working, where possible, remotely in line with Government advice to control the COVID-19 pandemic.
We have been working for some time on our emergency preparedness and are pleased to advise that a test run of our systems and business processes on Wednesday 18th March allowed us to undertake some stress testing in readiness for this eventuality. During the test, most staff were working from home with only a skeleton technical team here in the office.
Our approach to remote and agile working means that we can arrange both telephone and video meetings/conferences where necessary.
In line with Government recommendations, we have now begun to implement a smooth transition to routine home working. As much as possible under these trying circumstances, we have planned to ensure ‘business as usual’ whilst at the same time taking measures to protect the safety of our clients, contractors, occupiers and our staff. However, In line with most of the country we are experiencing operational difficulties along with our partners, suppliers and other third parties that we rely on to provide a service to you. We will endeavour to respond to you as soon as possible, but please accept our apologies in the event of delay for any inconvenience this may cause you
We are reviewing our policies on a daily basis and will take due account of all Government recommendations.
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