Coronavirus (Covid-19)

We are supporting our customers and continuing to deliver our services during the global Covid-19 pandemic. Whilst many of you may find the news reports of the outbreak worrying, please be reassured that we are working very hard to ensure our infection control measures, designed to safeguard your health and well-being, are effective and proportionate.


Latest News

The most up to date Scottish Government advice is here.

The key advice remains as follows:

  • Get vaccinated
  • Get tested regularly – you can get free home tests here
  • Follow the public health guidance:
    • Stick to  FACTS
    • Meet outdoors when possible
    • Ventilate rooms well when meeting indoors

Information on the roll-out of the vaccination programme can be found here.

Hanover will continue implement the Government Rules and will work with you to ensure that everyone’s safety is maintained and Covid-19 infections do not occur within our developments.   We will continue delivering our key services with your services depending on what type of housing you live in.

Please call 0800 111 4646 during office hours if you have questions.  Out of hours or in an emergency, please pull your cord or call Telecare on 0345 604 4686.


Residents’ Bulletin April 2021

Residents’ Bulletin March 2021

Residents’ Bulletin January 2021

Residents’ Bulletin December 2020

Residents’ Bulletin November 2020

Residents’ Bulletin October 2020

Residents’ Bulletin September 2020

Residents’ Bulletin July 2020

Residents’ Bulletin June 2020

Residents’ Bulletin May 2020

We have also produced bulletins for our Care at Home residents – Issue 1,  Issue 2, Issue 3 and Issue 4.



In order to support our customers and continue to deliver our services, we are following Government and NHS advice and we would encourage you to do the same. Please also follow the advice of our staff.

A key piece of advice we urge everyone to follow is to undertake regular and thorough hand washing. This is the most practical way you can safeguard against infection.

  • The Government has told all of us to stay at home as much as possible.
  • Keep in touch using remote technology such as phone, internet, and social media
  • Use telephone or online services to contact your GP or other essential services

Following these rules is especially important if you are over 70.

Additionally, you must limit visits to your home and your development to those which are essential.  Our offices and communal lounges remain closed.  Please call us on 0800 111 4646 if you have any queries.

Hanover’s senior management team are closely monitoring this situation and have been in touch with our staff around the country. We will endeavour to maintain ‘business as usual’, however we may need to amend services and access to communal areas should matters escalate. Unfortunately, we cannot predict how or when circumstances may change however when they do, we will update you.


Hanover Services

Offices – our offices have closed until further notice.

Telephones –You can still contact us by calling 0800 111 46 46, but please be aware we may be experiencing a high volume of calls. In the event of an emergency, please activate your pull cord or call 0345 604 4686 to contact Telecare.

Guest rooms –  please contact the development manager.

Laundries – we have put up notices with information on stricter infection control measures.

Repairs – Please call 0800 389 0477



We understand that there is a lot of anxiety around current events and that people are struggling with loneliness.  There are a number of resources available which offer advice and support.

Age Scotland is available for advice or just a chat:  0800 12 44 222

For anyone who is vulnerable and worried about getting shopping or prescriptions, help is available.  Please call 0800 111 4000 for local advice.

Mental health advice and support can be found online:

From the NHS: Staying at home tips

Scottish Government advice: Clear your Head

Scottish Government latest update


Advice for travel:

Benefits advice:

Financial advice:

Easy read guidance:


People with symptoms suggestive of Coronavirus – a fever or a new cough – should stay at home and self-isolate for seven days. If symptoms worsen during home isolation or are no better after 7 days you should phone NHS24 (111).

Common symptoms of Coronavirus include:

  • high temperature or fever and/or
  • new continuous cough
  • loss of taste or smell

A free helpline has been set up for people who do not have symptoms but are looking for general advice: 0800 028 2816


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