Broxtowe residents urged not to visit the Council Offices unless it is essential

Broxtowe residents urged not to visit the Council Offices unless it is essential

10/06/20 - Broxtowe residents are being urged not to visit the Council Offices unless it is essential when they re-open on Monday 15th June.

The Council offices reception, on Foster Avenue, Beeston are set to open from 15th June between 9.30am and 12.30pm, Monday to Friday for pre-booked appointments only.

Leader of the Council, Councillor Milan Radulovic MBE said: “We have been working hard to make sure that comprehensive risk assessments have been carried out to protect both residents and employees before we re-open. Social distancing measures will also be in place.

A trip to the office could be avoided by doing it online, emailing us or calling us if you are able to. We really need residents to do the right thing to look out for themselves and others by only making an appointment if they have no other way to do what you need to. This will help us to ensure that we can all stay safe and help those that need it most.”

Visiting the offices reception

  • Pre-booked appointments only. You won’t be permitted to enter if you turn up without an appointment.
  • Cash payments are not being taken at the moment. Visit broxtowe.gov.uk/payments for alternative ways to pay or call Customer Services on 0115 917 7777 who can discuss your options with you.
  • Only book an appointment if you cannot:
  • Do it online – visit broxtowe.gov.uk/doitonline for a full list of online services
  • Email customerservices@broxtowe.gov.uk
  • Call the Customer Services Team on 0115 917 7777
  • To make an appointment, please call 0115 917 7777 or email customerservices@broxtowe.gov.uk. Do not visit without an appointment.
  • If you are attending an appointment, you will be asked to wait outside before being called in and must observe social distancing at all times.
  • Citizens Advice Broxtowe – by appointment only, call 0115 917 3802 to book.
  • Nottinghamshire Police customers - please call 101. In an emergency, always call 999.

Contact
Corporate Communications
tel: 0115 917 3825