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An Introduction to Site Insurance & Warranties PLUS Information about Contracts & Health & Safety An Introduction to Site Insurance & Warranties PLUS Information about Contracts & Health & Safety Presentation Transcript

  • An Introduction to Site Insurance & Warranties PLUS Information about Contracts & Health &•Self Build Safety•Extension•Renovation•Conversion•Improvement
  • Is it a plot or a renovation project? Either way it’s going to need specialist cover. Renovation Insurance
  • Home Insurance EXCLUDES this!Extension Insurance
  • Home Insurance Exclusions
  • Remember, the projectyou are embarking on isunique, so deal with anexpert that understands that. Self-Build Insurance
  • £270,000£561 premium
  • 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... Claims
  • 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?
  • Thanks for listening, are there any questions? We are on stand D21