We are continuing to work during these difficult times but the way that we work has changed. Although some of the front doors of our offices are closed, we are continuing to work, albeit remotely, offering a full service.
Please telephone or email us in the usual way.
In the majority of cases, meetings can be conducted using a variety of video platforms but where a face to face meeting is essential, clients should contact the relevant staff member dealing with their matter who will make the appropriate arrangements to do so in a safe and secure environment. We can of course continue to take instructions over the phone.
The housing market continues to be buoyant and whilst our team is working hard, we are aware that some third party organisations are operating on reduced staffing levels resulting in the whole process being slower than usual. Updated information on the resulting delays please take a look at the article on our news page.
Thank you for your continued support.
We have followed guidelines and installed many safety measures within our offices making them covid safe. We ask that you do not visit any of our offices if you or anyone in your household is displaying symptoms of Covid-19 or has done so in the last 10 days, are self isolating or are having to quarantine.
Stay safe and well.
In accordance with Government guidance, we have completed the required Covid 19 Risk Assessment.
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