When out and about in your community please respect the government regulations around social distancing. We all need to work together to keep you, your neighbours and our colleagues safe and well.
Always stay at least two metres away from anyone, who isn’t living in your household. This means friends, neighbours and our colleagues – who may carrying out emergency repairs, cleaning communal areas or gardening and maintenance.
Remember not to meet up with family members, friends and neighbours who aren’t in your household unless it’s essential. And if you must, remember to follow the social distancing rules and stay at least two metres apart.
Our Estate Services teams are putting up posters on all our estates reminding everyone to follow the government’s social distancing guidance.
We’ve also attached a PDF of this poster to this news story – if you can please download a copy and display it in your window to remind your neighbours and anyone visiting your property of the social distancing government guidance.
If you are worried about somebody breaking the social distancing government guidance, you have a right to report this to the police on the non-emergency number 101.
You can find out more about our services and answers to any other frequently asked questions you may have on our coronavirus update page.
For the latest government advice go to gov.uk/coronavirus