15NBS is committed to keeping Chambers as normal as possible in these challenging times and would like you to know that our responsibility to legal representation is still at the forefront of our work and commitment. 15NBS takes the Health and Welfare of all its Members and staff very seriously and with the whole country shares a great concern about the transmission of the Virus Covid-19 so Chambers is following the guidelines from the Government and the CBA.
The clerks room remains open normal hours 9.00am – 6pm although we will be working remotely from Friday 20th March 2020 but keeping a ‘business as usual’ mentality to the highest degree. Can we please ask that documents are sent electronically where possible and if you have any queries please contact us and we can make the necessary arrangements. Chambers main number will be diverted to their phones so please contact us in the usual way.
We would also like to point out that whilst the Courts may not be sitting as much during the current situation, the members of 15NBS are still available and able to assist both professional and lay clients with any advisory or written work that may need to be completed during this period.
When Chambers does re-open in the future we would kindly ask that if you are feeling unwell with a cold or flu or have any symptoms please do not come into Chambers but use the use the 111 online coronavirus service to report and seek advice on what to do next. We are committed to avoid contagion and putting anyone at risk.
If you have any concerns, please call Glenn Matthews, Senior Clerk or Sue Wright, Chambers Administrator on 0207 842 1900.