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How to reopen your building after lockdown - brief guide for Landlords

How to reopen your building after lockdown

Managing the process of reopening a building is a new experience for many, including landlords and occupiers. So we have prepared a short guide to help consider what needs to be done before welcoming tenants or staff back to their buildings and workplaces.

The guide addresses the complex questions that landlords and occupiers will encounter when preparing for the return of people to their buildings. It includes considerations around cleaning, M&E equipment, common spaces and frequent touchpoints.

You will also read about the communication lines needed between agents, tenants and service providers so that all will be prepared for a safe return to the building.


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Preparation focus

6 key areas to focus on as you prepare for the return of tenants and their workforce.

Health & Safety

Questions to ask around PPE, building signage and potential changes to consider.

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Tenant readiness & new behaviours

Potential areas of your space that will require pre-agreed protocols.

Tenant, site staff & visitor communication

Communication plans around changes made to building maintenance and safety.

We hope this helps and, as always, we are here to answer any of your specific questions about how you can prepare.


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Simon Tilsiter

Managing Director

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Director

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