Affordable housing - lessons from this year’s subsidence surge


Blog: In light of last year’s dry summer, evidence of a surge in subsidence damage to UK properties emerged when insurer LV reported a 205% rise in cases between June and July this year alone. Mark Curtis, associate director at Brawdia considers the lessons learned and how brokers and insurers can support their housing association clients.

Affordable housing providers face significant exposure to subsidence yet often face delays in recognising the signs and reporting claims to their insurers. So, what lessons can be learned from this

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Sobering reading for those with a Biba hangover

Editor’s View: If you are nursing a hangover after going to this year’s British Insurance Brokers’ Association conference then Emma Ann Hughes reckons you missed the point of attending the annual gathering in Manchester.

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