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Reed Residential HQ is officially open 01 June 2020

Today we have re- introduced some staff back to the Westcliff Office.

Our teams will be still continue to be both office and remote based, we are working hard within the government guidelines to introduce the remainder of our teams to the offices in the very near future.


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Reed Residential office open the doors on the 1st June 2020 19 May 2020

With the news from Government last week that our industry can re-open again many companies have started that process, some immediately and others with caution.

I personally took the decision to open our offices to staff from the 1st June to ensure that my teams were well protected and to be sure we can operate with all of staffs wellbeing in mind, we have been running the offices remotely since March I see no major rush to open doors to our offices when we have managed to keep up our services, viewings and phone lines during this period.... Read More

Winner of a months rent is ....... 28 April 2020


Lucky Winner Stacia Hills has been awarded 1 month"s rent on behalf of lettings agent Reed Residential via their Customer Rewards & Loyalty programme which they launched in 2019 in partnership with Vaboo. The team at Reed in Southend were absolutely delighted that out of thousands of entries Nationwide, one of their tenants had claimed this fantastic prize worth over £1000.... Read More

Student Rent and Contract Advice 09 April 2020

Covid-19 Coronavirus and Private Housing Rights

The SU Advice team are currently receiving enquiries from students asking what their legal obligations are in relation to their accommodation. These questions have mainly been based around refund of rent, and whether contracts can be terminated.... Read More

Student rent payment and contracts information 30 March 2020

Coronavirus (Covid-19) has given a number of our tenants cause to contact us in relation to their tenancies so we have prepared the following guidance.

We appreciate that this may be a difficult time for many people financially, if you do need support, please email propertymanagers@reedresidential.... Read More

Rent Payments Due - WHAT NEXT ? 26 March 2020

UPDATE for all of our tenants.

Click on our link below to view our helpful information guide for tenants that have questions regarding their tenancies and rent payments from Kelly Reed, Director of Operations at Reed,

https://youtu.... Read More

Reed Residential Update 24th March 2020 24 March 2020

REED RESIDENTIAL ARE STILL HERE TO SUPPORT YOU

Following the Prime Minister"s directive yesterday, we have temporarily closed all of our offices.

We are not closed for business. The majority of our staff are working remotely to support all of our tenants and landlords and our services continue to operate.... Read More

Property Repairs And Ongoing Maintenance 23 March 2020

Tenant Property Repair - Please read carefully

With every day changing for us all with the COVID-19 Pandemic, my Property Management Team are working hard with our professional maintenance contractors, to continue to carry out essential and urgent work on our property portfolio around the UK.... Read More

Reed Residential urgent customer update 18 March 2020

We all find ourselves in unchartered waters that are evolving daily .

Many firms have taken steps to close or reduce their staff to the bare minimum whilst the remainder work from home.

Here at Reed Residential, we have been equipped to work remotely for some time.... Read More

School Closures 18 March 2020

Schools across the UK will close from Friday until further notice, the education secretary has announced.

Speaking in the House of Commons, Gavin Williamson also confirmed that exams and assessments would not be held this academic year.

He told MPs: "I want to provide parents, students and staff with the certainty they need.... Read More

New Evictions Banned to Help Renters 18 March 2020

The government is promising emergency legislation to suspend new evictions from social or rented accommodation for the duration of the coronavirus crisis.

Under urgent new laws, landlords will not be able to start proceedings to evict tenants for at least three months.... Read More

COVID 19 Update SKY NEWS 18 March 2020

Measures have been unveiled to help people and businesses survive the coronavirus pandemic - but how can you access them?

What has the chancellor offered to businesses?

£330bn of loan guarantees to businesses, with more to be made available if needed
Interest-free business interruption loans will be increased to £5m, up from £1.... Read More