The bad weather over Christmas and the new year has really thrown the issue of Flood Re back into the spotlight.
With this in mind Post - in association with Ordnance Survey - quizzed a number of industry figures about the progress that is being made with the proposed replacement for The Statement of Principles; whether exclusions (such as SMEs and buildings built after 2009) are fair; and the impact Flood Re may have on householder's views about protecting their own properties.
The docu-video, which includes interviews with Direct Line personal lines managing director and Chartered Insurance Institute President Tom Woolgrove; Association of British Insurers policy adviser on flooding Matt Cullen; British Insurance Brokers' Association executive director Graeme Trudgill; and OS business development manager - financial services, Richard Brocklebank, also addresses the topics of data and mapping.
To tie in to the docu-video, Post and Ordnance survey are also undergoing a wide-ranging survey about Flood Re, and we hope you will take part by answering a short questionnaire at this link here.
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