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More Severe Weather Warnings For UK Property Owners

More Severe Weather Warnings For UK Property Owners

Landlords Urged To Ensure Insurance Is Up To Date Before Severe Weather Hits Again

There was more bad news for property owners and landlords this week as the UK Meteorological Office (Met Office) has issued further severe weather warnings for the week ahead, bringing more misery for landlords and property owners in the South of England already seriously affected by flooding.

Met office staff have predicted a “Valentine’s Day Massacre” as the UK prepares to be battered by 80mph winds and more torrential rain on Friday 14th February, however there will be much more rain before then, with a slightly weaker weather front expected earlier in the week (Tuesday 11th – Wednesday 12th February).

Government departments, local authorities and agencies are working together to do everything they can to help communities at risk, but landlords are urged to check that they are adequately covered by specialist landlord insurance policies.

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Property Owners In Flood Risk Areas Fear Worst

Property Owners In Flood Risk Areas Fear Worst

With flood alerts and warnings still in place in some parts of the UK, the Association Of British Insurers (ABI) has warned that up to 250,000 residential homes and commercial properties could be left without flood insurance.

The ABI has claimed that it had already reached a crisis point in its talks with the government over replacing an agreement which would ensure that all households in area at high-risk of flooding could still secure some degree of flood insurance. However that was before last week’s heavy rain.

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