17th March 2020

We are pleased to announce that we are now able to safely accommodate face-to-face meetings at our offices at Citygate in line with the latest Government guidance on social distancing, and we are very much looking forward to welcoming you back.

We have been busy making our offices safe and ready for your return. Things will look a little different when you next visit, and we will need your help to make it a safe environment for all.

Be assured that we are doing everything possible to keep our clients and colleagues safe and have carried out a Covid-19 risk assessment which is regularly updated. Click here to find out more about the measures we are taking, and how you can help to minimise the risk of catching or spreading Covid-19 during your next visit to UNW.

As we have demonstrated over the last few months, we will continue to be responsive and deliver in line with our clients’ expectations. We are confident that the usual high standards of service will continue as we begin to move towards the ‘new normal’ of working at UNW, of which face-to-face meetings will be an important option.

Whilst we can accommodate face-to-face meetings, we will of course continue to be flexible and offer the facilities needed to enable meetings to be conducted remotely.

If there is anything you think we can do to improve your experience, please contact us at enquiries@unw.co.uk

 

All of our partners and people can be contacted in the usual way, either via their direct line, mobile, or by email. You can also continue to get in touch with us via email at enquiries@unw.co.uk or via our switchboard on 0191 243 6000.

 

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