Gallery Group continues to operate within the guidelines set by the Federal Government In response to the rapidly changing events regarding the effect of COVID-19 across Australia.
Mr Scott Morrison, PM, issued an update on the 18th March 2020 defining what services are deemed essential and permitted to continue operating. In this update, he advised that construction sites are an essential service. Click here to view: https://www.pm.gov.au/media/update-coronavirus-measures
As part of the above-mentioned media update, the Prime Minister advised that office buildings are deemed an essential service therefore our internal operational capacity continues to run as per usual.
More specifically Gallery Group would like to assure all partners, customers and relevant stakeholders that the health and wellbeing of our community and how we best protect their livelihoods is our highest priority.
- Gallery Homes supply chain has no interruptions and no delays in construction
- We are in daily communication with our supplier network. Current advice is there are sufficient stock levels on hand with trades operational to meet full capacity
- Our commitment to technology means we have contingencies in place for all staff to operate remotely to ensure business continues without interruption.
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Gallery Developments continues to operate as usual. All civil works and land sales continue to move forward uninterrupted. There will be no changes to operational procedures with land developments falling under the same essential service permissions.
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Gallery Real Estate
Gallery Real Estate continues to operate as usual. With the ever-increasing demand for rental homes, it is our priority to ensure that all landlords have security around rental incomes with strategically implemented measures being taken to ensure this continues.
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– Adam Barclay, CEO Gallery Group