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James Guthrie joins Renovation Underwriting as Head of Distribution
Renovation Underwriting, the MGA that offers specialist renovation capacity and expertise, is pleased to announce a new hire. James Guthrie, formerly of Covéa and Sterling, becomes Head of Distribution in a new senior role for the business.
Demystifying JCT Contracts
If there’s one weak area of knowledge common to both renovators and insurance brokers, it’s JCT contracts.
Hard Market – Potential Effects on Existing Business
12 months into the pandemic, we are now taking the view that renovators need to be factoring in allowances for Covid delays from the beginning.
Building A Profitable Brokerage by asking questions
How much do you know about your clients’ renovation plans? Did you know that last year alone, more than 480,000 domestic planning applications were submitted for approval across the length and breadth of the UK? That doesn’t take...
Hard Market – What it means to our sector
RUL Managing Director Douglas Brown predicts that COVID and its economic fallout will transform the market… and it could be for the better.
RUL’s bespoke insurance solution for a multi-million pound London project
Renovation Underwriting, the UK leader in property renovation insurance cover, has designed a unique and bespoke policy for a £42 million rebuild cost property in London’s prestigious West End.
Renovations - Who is Responsible for Site Safety?
Now the majority of renovation sites are operational again after the Covid19 lockdown, there are additional health and safety procedures that need to be implemented to ensure workers are kept safe.
Insurance Extension Clauses – a likely outcome for a renovation project
Renovation Underwriting offer advice on expired policies or extensions, cessation of works, pre-works periods and delays in the form of articles, videos and FAQs.
Renovating Thatched Properties: What You Need To Know
Thatched properties pose a greatly enhanced fire risk, and when such properties do catch on fire, they are frequently completely engulfed, leading to more costly claims.
Protecting Unoccupied Properties – the role of Brokers and Clients
It’s your private client’s greatest asset, but also one that’s at the biggest risk. We’re talking about unoccupied properties, of which there are many across the length and breadth of the country standing empty, still waiting for work to begin again.
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