Prospect to start showing homes again

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The developer Prospect Homes has unveiled plans to reopen its sales office and show homes from Thursday.

This will be on an appointment only basis, and limited to two people at a time from the same household.

Samantha Williams, head of sales, said: “We want to reassure the public that we are doing everything we can to make visiting our sales offices and show homes as safe and as comfortable as possible for when they come in.

“We will be open by appointment only and with markings on the floor and in the carpark to help people maintain social distancing. Hand sanitising facilities will be available and we’ll be cleaning in between appointments.”

Prospect, with its headquarters in Liverpool, has sites across the North West including Rose Gardens and Greenfields in Clitheroe, The Ridings in Longridge and Hall Drive Park in Alsager.

Face masks will be available to Prospect staff and the company is considering installing screens as an extra precaution.

Construction teams have already begun the phased return to work on Prospect sites in reduced numbers.

Williams added: “We’ve also had a lot of website enquiries from people looking for a new home and have been able to share video and virtual tours with them.

“We also have customers who had reserved their new homes who want to be able to physically see the quality and finish of things before making their choices or who are desperate to see inside their homes as they progress.”

This post has originally been featured in Property Wire.