Show house opening hours extended to facilitate private visits by appointment

Our priority at this challenging time is the health and wellbeing of our customers, our people and the wider community. We have pandemic preparedness and business continuity plans in place to continue servicing our customer needs to a consistently high standard.

With that in mind we have made the decision to extend all of our site opening hours while also transitioning show house visits to appointment only until further notice. This will provide customers with the opportunity to visit our homes and show villages in a manner which is better suited to protecting them and our staff [by limiting appointments to one visitor at a time] during this difficult period.

Hand sanitiser will be supplied by Glenveagh at all show villages and we are asking every staff member and visitor to follow the HSE recommended hygiene procedures in advance and during viewings.

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