Coronavirus Statement – Staff Move to Home Working

18 March 2020
Uncategorised,

The health and well-being of our clients and staff remains our first priority, so following on from Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s statement given on Monday 16 March, Cullimore Dutton has moved to stage two of its Business Continuity Plan and have instructed the majority of our staff to work from home. 

If you are a client, please be assured that we have your matter in hand. We have ensured that our staff have the ability to work from home and can remotely access our systems within a secure IT environment. Our team are fully operational, still working and can be contacted via email. Email addresses can be found in the Our People section of our website.

Our offices remain open with a limited staff, however in line with Government advice we would request that non-essential visits are avoided.

If you feel that your visit is essential, please contact us prior to your appointment on 01244 356 789 so that we can discuss alternative arrangements and how best to support you.

If you have any appointments, annual meetings or court dates etc. scheduled, or if you are a conveyancing client and you have already exchanged contracts, one of our team will contact you to confirm the next steps.

We are still open for business and receiving new enquiries, these can be made via our home page and general enquiries can be made by emailing info@cullimoredutton.co.uk.

May we take this opportunity to reassure you that we have prepared for this scenario. We have contingency plans to ensure that we are able to continue to support and advise our clients.

For regular updates, please continue to follow our social media channels on Facebook and Twitter as well as our website.


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