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Your 3 Step Flood Action Plan

With the heaviest rainfall season approaching, preparation and awareness are key to reducing the impact of a flood.  We have compiled a collection of flood prevention measures that can be taken to limit damage to your property. Following the floods in the north of England this summer, it is important that preparations are taken for…

Why you need an Environmental Impairment Liability (EIL) policy to keep your risks from spilling over

An Environmental Impairment Liability (EIL) policy is designed to cover unforeseen environmental damage discovered in the policy period for all business activities of the Insured. Environmental losses are, by their very nature, complex.  All too often early, ill-conceived, decisions can prove costly; leading to poor customer and client outcomes. These two recent cases demonstrate the…

Looking back at the early summer flash floods

London flash floods: three people trapped #Wallington #Caterham #floods https://t.co/F33WTspYKc pic.twitter.com/uCubtTm9S3 — BBC London Newsroom (@BBCLondonNews) June 7, 2016 Whilst June was the first month of the meteorological summer it was typically a wet affair with some torrential, thundery downpours leading to localised flooding particularly in the South Eastern region which provided plenty of interesting…

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Winter Floods – January 2016

Storm Frank brought with it considerable disruption, particularly to Scotland although the anticipated wide-spread further flooding was avoided. Whilst there was further damage caused, it was far less than that which followed Storm Desmond and Storm Eva last December. The Met Office has today confirmed that December 2015 was not only the wettest December on…

Winter Floods – December 2015

Storm Desmond caused widespread disruption to the northern regions of the United Kingdom and the Scottish borders over the weekend of 5th and 6th December 2015. The most significant disruption was found in Cumbria with Carlisle, Keswick and Kendal suffering the worst of the damage. Unlike the previous incidents of 2005 and 2009, the disruption…