We're working as hard as possible to keep our guests safe.
NDT Broadgate was designed as a space to bring people together.
However, to meet the challenge artists are facing around COVID-19, we've made the decision to delay the opening of the communal spaces, designers' studio and hot-desking places. We hope to open these areas as soon as possible.
By reducing the inital number of artists based at NDT Broadgate we hope to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Ahead Of Your Visit
Once you've secured space at NDT Broadgate, we're asking that all visiting artists follow the same COVID-19 safety measures.
Each artist or group should refer to the NDT Broadgate COVID-19 risk assessment, which can be downloaded here ahead of any visit. This document covers the general safety precautions we're asking artists to take around the building and in any shared areas.
All visiting groups and artists should also create their own COVID-19 risk assessment, specific to the work and activities you'll be undertaking in your studio. For example, you may wish to remain masked during close rehearsals or undertake some distancing measures. We're asking that you keep these documents clear, practical and that they're made available to everyone you're working with.
During Your Time at NDT Broadgate
During your time at NDT Broadgate we're asking all visitors to follow these simple instructions to help keep the spaces as secure as possible:
Reception desks on both floors will be displaying QR codes for NHS Test and Trace. On your first day, you'll be instructed which QR code you need to scan on a day-to-day basis with the NHS app. Those without the NHS app will need to indicate this on the daily sign-in sheet.
Company members should wash/sanitise hands regularly with the handwash provided. We're also asking that face coverings are worn in communal spaces, and on your arrival until you reach your designated studio.
Social distancing should be maintained wherever possible in communal areas, desk spaces and kitchens.
We're asking that communal spaces, such as kitchens, should not be used for eating. Kitchens can be used to prep food and drinks, but these should be consumed within the studios themselves, or outdoors where al fresco dining is possible or even desirable.
We're asking visiting artists and groups to regularly lateral flow test while using the space. Each visiting group is responsible for their own testing and record keeping, and we ask that nobody with a positive test result arrives at NDT Broadgate.
If anyone is feeling unwell or starts to show COVID symptoms at any time, it should be reported immediately to the company manager or lead artist - who should inform a member of NDT Broadgate staff at the reception on your floor.