Visit and shop in Redditch with confidence, with the safety measures in place around the town’s public areas and support for local businesses to do the same.
Thank you for observing the restrictions and protecting public safety. With these measures and your common sense, we can support each other to control the virus and save lives.
- Reopening safely
- Get business support
- The Kingfisher Shopping Centre
- Redditch Market
- How this is funded
- Contact us
- More Coronavirus information
In Redditch we've got:
- ‘Keep right/left’ one way systems
- Physical distancing markers
- Increased cleaning schedules
- Business support
- Highly visible public safety messages
- All in line with Government guidance since non-essential retail shops were permitted to reopen.
We are monitoring the situation, and keeping up to date with changing Government advice.
Information and advice for shops and other businesses on re-opening safely is available from Worcestershire Regulatory Services (WRS). WRS provide regulatory services for us in Redditch, as well as countywide and beyond.
Please visit WRS's dedicated support page for all the information and contact details.
For financial support for business during Coronavirus (COVID-19) please see our page COVID-19 help for business and self-employed.
The Kingfisher Shopping Centre is a private business and has its own advice. Please see www.kingfishershopping.co.uk.
Redditch Market is open again and together with Sketts, the market operator, we will accommodate all the stalls safely.
Funding to implement these changes has come from the Reopening High Streets Safely Fund, which is provided by the European Regional Development Fund.
If you have any questions or if there is anything we can assist with, please contact the Reopening High Streets Safely team here.
Redditch Borough Council is working with partners and key agencies to stay up to date in receiving top-level guidance on Coronavirus, and will be taking appropriate action across its services as required. To check service updates during the outbreak please visit www.redditchbc.gov.uk/coronavirus.