Japanese Knotweed – a new problem for estate agents and surveyors?
Japanese Knotweed continues to hit property headlines as house sales and re-mortgages continue to fall through as a result of Knotweed blighting properties. Whilst there is no specific onus on […]Read more
Property Owners Update – Landlords Duties & Responsibilities
Good Risk management plays a crucial part in whether or not insurance companies are willing to accept a risk. Landlords therefore should have a clear understanding of their responsibilities in […]Read more
Unoccupied Properties From An Insurers Perspective
The recent recession devastated many businesses in the UK, causing a proportion to close shop for good, leaving a large number of residential and commercial properties standing empty up and […]Read more
1 Million Homes On Brownfield Land?
In a report by property consultants Daniel Watney, England has the potential to have enough brownfield sites ( sites that have become derelict and can be re-developed) to have the […]Read more
Stark Warning Over World Centre Of Insurance
The London Market Group which co-represents the insurance sector worth an estimated £60 billion has warned that applying the same Financial Conduct rulebook that banks adhere to, particularly following the […]Read more
Enjoy Bonfire Night
Who doesn’t love love a great firework display? Irrespective if you are planning your own display or attending a controlled public display, make sure your premises remain safe whilst you […]Read more
2013 Claims results – ABI Data
The Association of British Insurers have today (24th September 2014) released figures paid out by insurers in 2013 . They paid on average over £452 million every single day to […]Read more
Postcode Insurance Lottery
The media have widely reported last weekend (25th August) on the “most desirable” places to live in England Scotland and Wales. These postcodes were assessed by house prices against earnings, […]Read more