COVID-19: Government guidance on moving house

Moving house COVID-19

Latest Government guidance on moving house during the COVID-19 pandemic

On 26th March the Government provided guidance to home buyers and sellers on moving house during the current pandemic. You can read the full statement here.

This is a worrying time for anyone in the midst of buying or selling a property and the guidance provides helpful advice. Key points include:

  • * If the property being bought is empty, the move can continue as normal if it can be done safely
  • * If the property is occupied, all parties are encouraged to agree on alternatives dates
  • * If a new date cannot be agreed, critical home moves can still take place if they can be done safely
  • * Anyone with symptoms, self isolating or shielding should follow medical advice which will mean not moving house for the time being

We want to provide the best service we can to you in these unprecedented circumstances. We will look individually at each transaction currently underway to find the best course of action for all parties involved.

If you are at the start of the conveyancing process we will continue to work on your transaction. In this way we will be ready to progress once things return to normal.

If you have any queries, please just get in touch, preferably via the PMPL MyCase app or by emailing your property lawyer. Or call us on 0114 249 6926.

Thank you for your understanding during these difficult times. For more general help and advice on conveyancing issues, please visit our conveyancing resources hub.

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