With the latest news released from the government, and the new restrictions on groups of people, it is becoming increasingly important to look to the future, put plans into motion for next year and use the down-time of autumn and winter to carry out modifications to your premises in order for us all to begin the process of living with social distancing.
In recent months, many businesses we work with have seen their operations change beyond recognition. The hospitality, leisure and arts industries, all areas which rely on the gathering and movement of groups of people, are continuing to have to find creative and ingenious ways to comply with social distancing and ensure their facilities and premises are COVID-secure.
With the risk of millions of pounds of revenue lost not only over the period of lockdown but moving forward into 2021, we have seen a number of enquires dedicating to assisting premises in getting ready for re-opening, or to maximise space for the seasons to come. We have been able to utilise our expertise to help a wide range of businesses adapt to future requirements and stay profitable, successful and sustainable.
This is one area where we have seen growth in recent months. Living with social distancing means the hospitality industry in particular needs to ensure outdoor spaces are maximised as limits continue to be enforced on group bookings. We have provided expert advice to help pubs, bars, cafe’s and restaurant owners with their plans for social distancing. We are able to use either bespoke or ‘off the shelf’ canopy products, or in order to maximise outdoor space and comply with latest regulations.
View our range of pre-designed canopies to help premises maximise their outdoor space.
We’ve seen an enormous rise across the country in camping this summer. With the summer holidays and people across the UK wanting to make the most of what limited good weather was still available, campsites and holiday parks have been inundated with booking requests – many of which unfortunately had to be turned down.
In order to comply with social distancing, accommodation providers have had to limit or reduce facilities, leading to a loss of revenue and disappointed potential customers.
In many cases to ensure profitability, creativity is important, and we are able to introduce aesthetically-sensitive canopies, queuing shelters, waiting areas and covered hygiene stations to provide the best possible experience for everyone.
We’re always keen to discuss the options with people who might need a bit of advice in getting their premises or facilities COVID-secure or ready for different configurations or layouts in 2021. For a friendly chat about your circumstances and what can be done to make the best of the space you have available, contact us today or call 0117 911 5250