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Health and Safety

On-site Considerations

Construction sites can be dangerous places and they are defined in health and safety law as workplaces.

We are legally responsible for our sites and must not, by law, allow access to the general public. For these reasons you may not go onto the development unaccompanied or without our prior agreement. We will make arrangements and provide necessary protective clothing, which you must wear while on site. It may be necessary to limit where you can go and when you can visit.   Please be understanding.   Not only is it for your safety, but it is a legal requirement.   Your safety on site is of paramount importance and the following guidelines have been issued to comply with Health and Safety legislation. Thank you for observing them.

  • When arriving on site please visit our sales or site office first.
  • Visitors and purchasers alike must always be accompanied by a member of site or sales personnel when anywhere on the development outside of the show home area.
  • Hard hats, high visibility waistcoats and steel toe capped boots or Wellingtons must be worn at all times on a development under construction.
  • Access cannot be given to areas where scaffolding is erected.
  • Appropriate footwear is essential when walking around the development, as footpaths and roads may be uneven or unfinished.
  • Please be aware that construction vehicles, such as forklift trucks, may not be able to see you as easily as you can see them.

‘I would like to say that Woodstock Homes have been a pleasure to deal with. You delivered a good quality build with the handover and follow up dealt with quickly and efficiently. I would certainly buy from you again.’

Andy Clemence, Bristol
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