As information surrounding the COVID-19 situation evolves, owner of Yeppoon Central, Lancini Property Group (LPG) continues to follow the guidance and recommendations set out by QLD Health and the Australian Government. The safety and wellbeing of our customers, retailers and local community continues to be our top priority.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced that further restrictions will ease from midday, Friday 3 July 2020. The most notable change for Yeppoon Central is the reopening of the Centre Food Court.
Centre Management has a COVID safe plan in place to ensure the safety of our customers and retailers.
The following will also be in place:
• Social distancing signage and decals will be in place to direct customers where to stand.
• A limited amount at chairs and tables will be accessible to customers in the Food Court. Furniture will be placed strategically to ensure social distancing guidelines are in place within the area.
• Alcohol based hand sanitiser will be stationed at the entry to the Food Court.
• A high rotation of clearing and cleaning of tables and chairs has been implemented, including disinfecting tables, seating and bin areas.
• Regular cleaning of the floor surfaces, including immediate clean-up of any food or beverage spills.
• Cleaning staff will wear appropriate protection equipment when undertaking cleaning and cleaning trolleys will be regularly cleaned.
• Security guards, cleaners and Management staff will continually monitor and encourage customers to adhere to the public health guidelines. Police have also been encouraged to regularly visit the centre and ensure adherence.
• We have worked with food retailers to ensure the requirements are understood and have asked them to assist in the monitoring of customer adherence to regulations.
• The in-centre broadcast has regular voice overs reminding customers to maintain social distancing and follow regulations.
From midday Friday 3 July more restrictions will ease including the following:
• Maximum number of customers for a business at any one time is determined by the 4 square metre rule.
• For smaller venues below 200 square metres, businesses can have one person per 2 square metres up to 50 persons at a time.
Booking are encouraged for all beauty services and dine-in options at cafes and restaurants, please contact retailers directly to make a booking.
Cleaning services have increased at the Centre and we continue to be vigilant in implementing Queensland Health’s infection control procedures and sanitation protocols. We thank you for your continued adherence to the Government’s advice and protocols. As mentioned, the safety and wellbeing of our retailers, customers and the wider community remains our top priority with vigilant hygiene procedures in place.
Thank you for your continued support and understanding and please take care.