Work on site set to start again

Just Regional
May 11, 2020 1 min read

Barratt Developments, parent company of Barratt and David Wilson Homes, has started a phased re-opening of its construction sites in Norfolk this week.

Initially four sites across the region – including Bure Meadows, in Aylsham – will be reopened, with work being prioritised on already sold plots at advanced stages of construction.

Some of the new homes at Bure Meadows, Aylsham where work is set to begin again this week.

In line with the lockdown retail regulations, the company is not reopening its sales centres or show homes yet.

BDWH say a detailed set of working practices and protocols has been developed so that its construction sites can operate safely and in line with the latest guidance, including changes to signage, site welfare facilities and compounds, site access and walkways.

These measures have already successfully been implemented on one of its sites as a pilot. A nominated social distancing marshal will also be present on all sites to ensure compliance and the company says that it will provide induction, training and support for its employees and sub-contractors.

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