Is your business in the right location?

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The location of your business can play a vital role in its functions, competitiveness and commercial viability.

With changing weather patterns, an office sensibly located just 10 or 20 years ago could now constitute a risk. Developments in the market can help you to quantify the risks and make better decisions around existing locations and future expansion.

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The UK construction insurance market was already showing signs of hardening prior to Covid-19 – but now the industry faces even more challenges.


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The construction sector has faced particular challenges in dealing with the economic issues posed by Covid-19. Construction firms often operate on relatively slim profit margins, but require significant resources to progress projects promptly. So when something happens that means they need to make an insurance claim, it’s vital they have the right cover in place and can count on a rapid response.


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On 21st December 2018, the government introduced a ban on combustible cladding materials, including Aluminium Composite Material (ACM), in response to the Grenfell tragedy.