As Government measures are eased and we start to transition into the next phase, Edmonton Green Shopping Centre has been modifying processes and procedures in place to ensure staff and customer safety.
An introduction of ‘customer protocols’, social distancing signage and sanitising stations are being implemented to help protect against the spread of coronavirus, as well as an enhanced cleaning regime to main touch points such as lifts, toilets, benches, ATMs and children’s rides.
-Floor vinyls to demonstrate two metre gaps to be kept between people
-Social distancing measures in the toilet facilities
-Only one person or one family in the lift at any one time
-Queuing to enter retailers
-No shopping in groups
-Children must be accompanied at all times
The new measures in the centre are a foundation to build on as we move forward towards a new normality. By working together and adhering to guidance provided, you can shop safely.
Sabri Marsaoui, Asset Director at Edmonton Green said: “We’re doing everything we can to make sure Edmonton Green Shopping Centre remains a safe place to visit, shop and work during these challenging times. We are working extremely hard alongside our tenants to ensure health and safety standards and recently updated government guidance are met to minimise the spread of COVID-19.
“We would like to thank the general public for their patience and understanding during this difficult time.
“We have a fantastic team who are working around the clock to support our tenants and local community groups, and I put on record my sincere appreciation for everything that they are doing for us all.
“Retailers will need to look towards new and innovative solutions to strengthen the physical shopping experience – I for one am looking forward to a bright and progressive future for all those working within our sector. Retailers will adapt and evolve to meet the ever changing needs of our consumers, and collectively we will come out stronger.”
Until all “non-essential” retailers are allowed to open up safely as per Government guidelines, there are still over 50 stores trading for essential shopping needs.
For an up to date list of all retailer still trading, please click here.