Chambers Building Re-Opens from 1st July
Whilst we have continued to provide our services remotely since lockdown on 23rd March we are delighted to announce the physical re-opening of Chambers from 0900 this morning, Wednesday 1st July.
We have followed Welsh Government guidance on COVID-secure remote-working, safe-spacing, social-distancing and hygiene regimes to allow us to open our doors and switchboard again. This means that we can now provide an enhanced and more flexible service to you.
Adaptations include a one-way system in part of the building, alternative arrangements for any deliveries by hand, screens in reception and in our conference rooms, hand sanitisers easily and conveniently available and two metre spacing.
Our over-riding concern remains the safety of all in these difficult times. Staff will be on remote-working rotas. Many members will continue to work remotely. We ask for your help in continuing to send papers electronically, to hold conferences remotely and to make payments by BACS.
But we’re physically here if you need us – and please don’t hesitate to contact any of our staff to ask about arrangements going forward.
Paul Hopkins Q.C. Michael Lieberman
Head of Chambers Senior Clerk