New Build Site Insurance Legal ExpensesStructural Warranty
Conversion Extension Renovation Flat Conversion Site Insurance Existing Structure Legal ExpensesPossibly a Structural Warranty
Site Insurance Site Insurance covers Extensions, Renovations, Conversions and New Build projects and should be purchased when you exchange contracts on the plot or building you wish to extend.
Site Insurance New Works Public Liability Employers Liability Plant & Equipment Caravan & ContentsPersonal Possessions Personal Accident & Broken Bones Legal Expenses Has work started?
Structural Warranty Arrange this PRIOR to submitting a Building Regulation Application to SAVE money. We can cover properties that have been completed and require a warranty retrospectively to sell on.
Some general tips... Party Wall Liability You are contractually responsible for damage to the Party Wall so make sure it’s covered.
Contracts Just how trusting are you going to be?
Some general tips... Security ID Visitors/Delivery Drivers Out of Sight out of Mind
Some general tips... Health & SafetyYou will have duties underworkplace health and safety law if:a) you intend to sell the property on completion, in which case they would be considered to be a developerb) you directly employs (even if only temporarily), workers to build the propertyc) you choose to manage the project taking on contractors to do the work
Some general tips... Health & Safety Your Involvement Application of Health & Safety at Work LegislationLevel 1 Entirely DIY – not selling on completionLevel 2Self-managed with own labour & Subcontractors Level 3Self-managed with own subcontractors Level 4Kit Home with self-managed trades at the point the kit supplier hands over.Level 5Watertight Shell with self-managed finishes at the point the contractor hands over.Level 6 Turnkey project with active clientLevel 7 Custom Homebuilding
FAQ My contractor has Insurance already, do I need Site Insurance?
FAQ Do I have to have Site Insurance or a Structural Warranty?
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