There is no longer the need to press your faces up against the glass wondering what we are doing inside, as of 9:00am on Monday 15th June all four of our regional offices are once again open to the general public.
Where possible we would still recommend that any enquiries first be undertaken via email or telephone so as to avoid any unnecessary travel but understand that for some tasks face-to-face interaction may be the appropriate option.
We have appropriate social distancing signage in place alongside the provision of hand sanitiser gel and wipes for use by visitors where appropriate and as with all retail and office premises reopening your first visit will feel a little different but our team will provide all the necessary guidance and reassurance upon your arrival.
If you are looking to speak to a specific individual during your visit we would recommend contacting us in advance to ensure that they will be available with many of our team continuing to work from home and so that where necessary provision for private meeting space can be organised.
We would like to thank you for your support and understanding over the last few months and look forward to welcoming you on your next visit.
Northumberland – 01665 603581 (Agency) / 01665 603231 (General)
Tyne & Wear – 0191 274 7171 (Agency) / 0191 605 3480 (General)
County Durham – 01833 690390 (Agency) / 01388 527966 (General)
Yorkshire – 01677 425301 (Agency & General)
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