Public Health England’s information on this can be found here. Please let us know if your building has been designated as a hot site, so that we can make sure we’ve alerted any contractors due to attend your building to carry out urgent repairs or works.
We’ve postponed all routine, non-urgent building visits by our teams, although essential works and inspections will still go ahead to ensure primary care buildings can run effectively at this time. Otherwise, it’s business as usual and our team is working remotely to offer our full service to you. We’re here to help with any query you might have, either by phone or online. We are happy to arrange remote meetings for any more detailed issues you might need to discuss.
If you’re already one of our occupiers, use our tenant page to log maintenance issues or contact your support team. You’ll also have your usual portfolio manager’s direct contact details to use as normal.
If you’re within the NHS and would like to talk to us about space in our buildings/carparks to help with the emergency response, please get in touch here.
If you’re a new customer, email us and a member of the team will call you back.
If you need to send us an invoice, please email it citing the job location, date and reference rather than sending it by post right now.