Business Continuity Update – 19 March

As the situation surrounding COVID-19 continues to develop daily, at Vickers & Barrass we are doing everything we can to ensure that we keep our team safe while continuing to deliver the high quality, personal service you are used to. Following the latest advice from the UK Government, we have put in place measures to ensure that our business can continue to operate efficiently, should we need to close our offices in the future.

  • We have ensured that our team have the equipment, technology and systems in place to allow them to work remotely. 
  • Our team will be able to securely access all necessary documentation remotely whilst following our usual processes and controls.
  • We receive most of our communications electronically and recommend that you continue to use email to communicate with us and that you scan in any documentation you need to share with us and attach it electronically to the email. If you believe you have sent something to us in the post and we have not responded to it, please contact your usual Vickers & Barrass contact.
  • If resourcing levels in any part of our business are compromised due to illness or inability to work, we will refocus our team as necessary to meet our deadlines. This would mean prioritisation of workloads and we would keep those affected updated, whilst making every effort to mitigate the impact should this situation arise.

We also understand that the evolving COVID-19 situation will present challenges to our clients and we want to reassure you that we are in this together and we are here to help you. 

Posted by Vickers & Barrass on March 19th, 2020

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Rural Chartered Surveyors offering professional land agency services in the North East.