Visiting Us

Visiting our developments

Your safety is of paramount importance to us and regardless of whether our building sites are busy or quiet, they are dangerous places. Please help us look after your safety.

We always accompany visitors on site. Please ensure you report to the sales team on arrival as there may be a restriction as to where you can go on site.

We will provide you with all the protective equipment for your site visit. Here are a few common sense rules to follow and typical hazards to look out for:

  • Stay with the person who is showing you around
  • Couples/groups need to stay together
  • Keep to safe defined routes and watch your footing
  • Keep away from excavations and trenches
  • Be particularly careful when passing under scaffolding and do not linger
  • Keep away from stacks of material
  • Before passing machinery make sure the operator sees you and acknowledges you
  • Never go on site outside daylight hours
  • Never climb ladders or scaffolding, material stacks or any part of the construction site
  • Please be aware of sharp objects and the possibility of wet paint, adhesives, concrete etc.

Anyone found on site without prior agreement will be escorted out of the area. We cannot take a relaxed view of safety. It is the law.

TYPICAL HAZARDS INCLUDE:

  • Excavations
  • Trip hazards
  • Falling material
  • Falls from a height
  • Low headroom, scaffolding etc.
  • Treading on sharp objects
  • Plant and machinery

Visiting our developments

We always accompany visitors on site. Please ensure you report to the sales team on arrival as there may be a restriction as to where you can go on site.

We will provide you with all the protective equipment for your site visit. Here are a few common sense rules to follow and typical hazards to look out for:

  • Stay with the person who is showing you around
  • Couples/groups need to stay together
  • Keep to safe defined routes and watch your footing
  • Keep away from excavations and trenches
  • Be particularly careful when passing under scaffolding and do not linger
  • Keep away from stacks of material
  • Before passing machinery make sure the operator sees you and acknowledges you
  • Never go on site outside daylight hours
  • Never climb ladders or scaffolding, material stacks or any part of the construction site
  • Please be aware of sharp objects and the possibility of wet paint, adhesives, concrete etc.

Anyone found on site without prior agreement will be escorted out of the area. We cannot take a relaxed view of safety. It is the law.

TYPICAL HAZARDS INCLUDE:

  • Excavations
  • Trip hazards
  • Falling material
  • Falls from a height
  • Low headroom, scaffolding etc.
  • Treading on sharp objects
  • Plant and machinery

Did you know?

Every piece of timber in your house is sustainably sourced timber. This means that new trees are planted to replace those cut down.

Linden Homes has won awards for Best Sustainable Developer four years in a row.