Flood Re calls for industry action to meet the challenge of Climate Change and Flooding.
Today Flood Re published its Annual Report & Accounts which revealed that: Flood Re continues to deliver on its availability and affordability objectives across the UK. A total of 218,090 policies were backed by Flood Re this year, a steady (11%) increase
Joint ABI and Flood Re report highlights the need for adequate maintenance of the UK’s flood defences.
Every £1 spent on flood defence maintenance, saves £7 in spending on new defences. River flood defences provide a financial benefit of over half a billion pounds (£568 million) a year. A joint report published today by the Association of British Insurers (ABI)
FLOOD RE ANNOUNCES NEW SENIOR APPOINTMENTS
Flood Re today announces that it has strengthened its senior team with four significant hires. The appointment of Andrea Santolalla*, Stuart Logue, Emily White and Jean Sharp* will support Flood Re’s ability to continue delivering affordable and available home insurance for those
FLOOD RE WELCOMES PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATIONS TO TACKLE FLOOD RISK
Flood Re welcomes today’s report from the Public Accounts Committee’s (PAC) on their inquiry into Managing Flood Risk, which calls for a number of recommendations to tackle the UK’s flood risk. Andy Bord, Chief Executive of Flood Re, said: “I am delighted
FLOOD RE WELCOMES GOVERNMENT CONSULTATION ON MEASURES TO FURTHER SUPPORT FLOOD RESILIENCE MEASURES
Flood Re welcomes today’s announcement of the Government’s proposals to provide further support for flood resilience measures including changes to Flood Re. These changes, first announced in Flood Re’s Quinquennial Review (QQR) in July 2019, include giving Flood Re the ability to
NEW RESEARCH SHOWS 40% OF PEOPLE WHO ARE LOOKING TO MOVE HOME HAVE CHANGED THEIR PRIORITIES BECAUSE OF COVID-19
OVERWHELMING MAJORITY OF PROSPECTIVE HOME MOVERS BACK INTRODUCTION OF FLOOD PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATES New research out today (9 December) from Flood Re, the not-for-profit, joint initiative between government and the insurance industry, shows that the COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed what people are