STOREFRONT is offering to help those combating coronavirus to find empty spaces in key locations.

Governmental bodies, NHS trusts and charities are all attempting to mobilise and expand their operations. One stumbling block has been access to empty and available space for storage, accommodation and logistics.

With a huge network of landlords and venues across London, Storefront is uniquely placed to help these organisations find empty buildings in relevant areas.

Storefront CEO, Mohamed Haouache, said: “As the global crisis has escalated we have been racking our brains as to how we could potentially help.
“We are not doctors nor are we involved in the creation, supply or distribution of essential goods. We match people with spaces and venues to meet their needs.

“We would like to offer our services in locating space for responses to the Coronavirus threat.

“We have spaces and empty buildings across London. We can speak directly to landlords and request the use of any spaces that may be useful. Thanks to the generosity of our real estate partners, we are able to offer this for free.

“These could be used for storage and logistics but at a push they could be utilised as emergency accommodation and, should it come to it, temporary medical facilities.

“If you feel this would prove useful please let us know.

“We are trying to contact as many organisations that could need our help as possible.”

If you could use Storefront’s help please email