Jonathan Davison departs the British Damage Management Association after 20 years exemplary service
The British Damage Management Association (BDMA) is today announcing that its Strategic Development Director, Jonathan Davison is to leave his role in order to pursue other interests. The BDMA’s Cha...Read more
Guest blog: Quarterly Building Repair Cost Review 2019 and potential impacts on insurers
By Peter Wassell, Quantity Surveying Director, Sedgwick. A recent building repair costs review conducted by Sedgwick in the first quarter of 2019 provides an update on the current situation and takes ...Read more
How can we better support policyholders with subsidence claims?
The forecast of a long hot summer doesn’t quite have the same ring to it for those of us in the wider insurance industry. In contrast with the prospect of floods, comes the season of drought, and 20...Read more
How does business interruption insurance benefit you and your business?
If your business was affected by flooding or fire damage, how would you continue operating business as usual? Your property insurance may cover the physical building damage, but not the resources need...Read more
How can technology help communities to improve flood response and resilience?
With flooding in the UK a high risk in some areas due to storm surges, heavy rain and other environmental factors, it is apparent that flood measures need to be constantly developed and adapted. Since...Read more
How can damage management companies ensure they are prepared for surge events
The link between climate change and the rise in UK floods is becoming more apparent for the industry. Plus, with climate change becoming an ever-increasing issue, severe storms and flooding remain a h...Read more
Guest Blog: Modern Methods of Construction
By James Dalton, ABI. Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) are best described as construction methods that differ from ‘traditional construction’ in that there is more focus on off-site constructi...Read more