Guinness's commitments to supporting residents affected by coronavirus
03 April 2020
03 April 2020
We’re committed to:
Thanks to the dedication of our staff and the support of residents, we’re keeping essential services running – and helping people get access to the help they need; whether it’s practical support, help accessing benefits, or simply someone to talk to during these difficult times.
Above all, we have made clear that no tenant or homeowner will face legal proceedings or eviction for rent arrears resulting from the pandemic.
Representing many of the housing associations across the UK, the National Housing Federation made this statement:
Housing associations are not-for-profit landlords to more than six million people. They are working closely with residents, local government, the NHS and others to respond to the coronavirus crisis. They are keeping residents safe and supported in their homes, keeping vital services running, and helping communities to respond.
Find out how Guinness is supporting its residents, connecting them with other organisations and support services to reduce the impact the outbreak is having on all of us. Visit www.guinnessparntership.com/coronavirus
They know that many residents will be worried about their income. So during this crisis housing associations are committed to: