Coronavirus Covid-19 is a real threat to residents and staff of the Iveagh Trust. It is vital that we all play our part in minimising the spread of this disease. In Iveagh Trust communities, people live and work close together and share many common areas and open spaces. Following the Government’s announcement last night that we should all stay at home with some limited exceptions, the advice with regard to physical distancing MUST be observed:
- Please keep a space of 2 metres (6.5 feet) between you and other people
- Reduce the number of people you meet every day and avoid crowded places
- Do not shake hands or make close contact
- Please observe all official advice on Coronavirus protection
- Do not allow children to play in groups on the estate.
Iveagh Trust staff are making a special effort to keep everyone safe and well in this difficult period, and to provide a service to residents. They need your co-operation to continue to do this.
Please keep two metres distance from Iveagh Trust staff at all times. If you have issues or queries, please phone your estate manager rather than raising it with them personally. Estate phone lines are in place for each estate group, please contact your estate manager at the number below. If nobody is available to answer your call, leave a voicemail and that voicemail will be emailed directly to your estate manager.
|Estate Phone Numbers
|01 471 5270 – Kevin Street, Elveden House
01 471 5279 – Bull Alley, Moyne House
01 471 5275 – Mount Anthony, Annamore Court, Clay Farm
01 840 7186 – Applewood, Clongriffin, Marrsfield, Millers Glen
01 454 2312 – Head Office
For the duration of the present crisis, the Trust will only be in a position to deal with emergency repairs issues.
Regarding rent payment, the fourth non-chargeable rent week will also be moved forward, meaning that no charge will be applied to your account for the week commencing Monday 6th April. Normal rent payment will resume from Monday 13th April and we will write to all residents again next week to advise on the various ways that rent can be paid.
These measures are for the benefit of residents and staff living and working on the estates. The Trust is committed to providing a service to the community, but this requires everyone to co-operate and follow the guidelines and advice.