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From Monday 14 September we will begin our transition back into our office at Freemasons’ Hall.
We have worked hard to create a COVID-19 safe working environment, and are committed to ensuring that our staff are comfortable and supported.
During the first phase of our return we will operate at maximum 33% capacity, with the majority of staff continuing to work from home on a daily basis.
Our priority is the safety of our staff and the wellbeing of those we support. We will continue to monitor and comply with the latest official guidance during this transition.