Like most house-builders, Crest Nicholson shut down all of its sites and operations in early April. Many other housing developers have already begun remobilising over the past two weeks put Crest Nicholson is only now ready to resume.
In a statement today it said: “We have developed a detailed set of working practices and protocols so that our construction sites can operate safely and in line with the latest guidance from government, public health authorities and the Construction Leadership Council. From 18th May 2020 we will start to remobilise activity on our sites in a phased and controlled manner.
"This will give us time to make the necessary adjustments to site safety and to properly train our employees, suppliers and subcontractors on the new requirements and ways of working. We will actively monitor compliance with these new working practices and ensure we evolve them in line with any developing guidance in the future.”
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