Guest blog: Paul Cobbing, Chief Executive of National Flood Forum
Paul Cobbing, Chief Executive of National Flood Forum joins us to look at the importance of the Let’s Talk About Flooding campaign With the growing population, an increasing demand for housing, ageing infrastructure and the impacts of climate change, flooding is a
Guest blog: London Flood Awareness Week – how prepared are you for flooding in London?
Did you know that 1.3 million people are living and working in areas of the city at risk of tidal and river flooding? How about that around a third of London’s basement properties are at risk of flooding in a severe storm?
Flood Re announces reduction in reinsurance premium charges of up to £112
Scheme anticipates that households in flood-prone parts of the country will pay less for flood cover insurance from January 2019 Flood Re is today announcing it will reduce the reinsurance premiums it charges to insurers from 1 January 2019. The decision is
Flood Re sets out long term vision for affordable flood insurance for all households
Flood Re has today released its second transition plan – entitled ‘Flood Re, Our Vision: Preparing for a future of affordable flood insurance” – which outlines its latest thinking on moving to affordable risk-reflective pricing by 2039. The vision sets out 12
Flood Re pledges to reduce premiums in 2019
Flood Re has today announced that, for the first time, it will reduce the premiums it charges to insurers from the start of 2019. The Annual Report, which points to reviewing the premium, was published today and covers the period 1 April
Flood Re freezes premiums for the first time
– Scheme anticipates that pricing changes will benefit consumers – Flood Re has today announced that, for the first time, it will not pass on to insurers the annual increase in premium thresholds. The statute that established the Scheme increases premium thresholds