Due to the recent changes from the States of Guernsey, we are advising customers that precautions are no longer required however you are more than welcome to still wear a mask if you wish. We would like to once again thank all of our valued customers for their patience and support whilst we have worked with the pandemic over the last 2 years.
From 7:30am on Monday 27 April, Project. will be open for the hire of equipment and sales of tools and workwear.
We kindly request all customers to acknowledge the following:
- Numbers in the store will be limited in order to comply with social distancing.
- Please apply hand sanitiser before entering the store.
- Only card or account payment will be accepted, no cash.
As we’re not currently able to operate with all of our staff, we hope you’ll appreciate that you may need to wait a little longer than usual and ask that you please be patient with our staff and other customers.
Whilst we’ll do all we can to accommodate every request, we may not be able to provide large or bulky items that cannot be loaded by one person or by forklift. If you have any queries with regard to this type of order, please contact our sales team on 242047 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Larger plant equipment is also available for delivery as usual! For further information please contact our hire team on 242047 or email email@example.com
Project Hire & Sale (GSY) Ltd. is closed but still able to supply emergency equipment only by either collection or delivery.
Please contact a manager listed below for assistance within each of the following departments:
Project Hire – Jan Looijenga
Explanation as to why products are needed will be requested for, to comply with the SoG requirements.
Following yesterday’s island-wide lockdown announcement and consultation with the States of Guernsey, Project Hire & Sale (GSY) Ltd. regret to announce that we have no option but to close our business immediately. We will advise you further as and when the situation changes.
We sincerely hope you will understand this action and we apologise for the inconvenience it will inevitably cause.
Discussions will be taking place on how to deal with orders for emergencies or critical infrastructure projects, please check our Facebook page for the latest information.
In the meantime, stay safe, stay home and let’s keep #GuernseyTogether