News and insights from Flood Re

Sue Cashmore’s Story – a Flood Re Case Study

Sue Cashmore, an advanced nurse practitioner, has lived in her house in Cockermouth in Cumbria for thirteen years. When she bought the property, in 2004, she understood the local area hadn’t flooded for forty or fifty years. It was something of a shock when, just one year after moving in, her house was inundated. It […]

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Guest blog: Scottish Environment Protection Agency

In time for the holiday season, Stewart Prodger from the Scottish Environment Protection Agency’s Flood Unit talks flood preparation and myth busts on Floodline registration. With many of us leaving our homes for holiday time elsewhere, people should really make sure they are prepared in case flooding occurs. Flooding is the most common natural disaster […]

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Guest blog: Association of British Insurers

Floods are horribly traumatic for those involved, not just because of the initial devastation but also because recovering from a flood can take so long. When the worst happens the insurance industry needs to be there for those affected, for as long as it takes to put things right. The fact that households in flood […]

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Christine’s Story – a Flood Re Case Study

Retiree Christine Human, from Williton in Somerset, has lived in her 300-year-old property for more than 10 years. Having shared her joy of finally obtaining affordable home insurance thanks to Flood Re via Twitter in May, we were keen to speak directly with Christine in more detail to hear her story. 2012: Flood destruction In […]

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