South West developer Rengen is offering assistance to healthcare and other frontline workers in Bath to help ease the strain caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The company, which owns a range of residential and commercial property throughout the region, is offering some of its accommodation at a reduced rate to Royal United Hospital staff and other key workers in need of secure, self-contained living and working space.
Rengen currently has around 40 available rooms ready for immediate occupancy, together with ancillary accommodation.
CEO Iestyn Lewis said: “As we are all aware, we are in unprecedented times and at Rengen we are keen to do what we can to try and support those on the frontline.
“Some hospital staff are struggling to find short term accommodation close to hospitals and so we are offering some of our vacant rooms in Bristol and Bath to help.”
If you are a key worker interested in speaking to Rengen about the accommodation options available, contact email@example.com