Our social housing warranty is designed to protect social or affordable housing through a flexible 10 or 12 year cover period.
Take a look below to learn more about what our Social Housing warranty includes and how we can help with your next project. You can also get a quote by filling in our application form.
Insurance Product Information Documents (IPIDs) summarise what is covered by our policies, making it easier for housing providers and tenants to compare providers and quickly understand the cover available. Download the Social Housing IPIDs here.
All of our policies are underwritten by ‘A’ rated insurers protecting you, your tenants and your maintenance budget.
Our national network of surveyors work with you on site to find solutions and help you deliver quality homes
Access to the Local Authority Building Control (LABC) network of over 3,000 experienced building surveyors.
You can get a quote by completing our online application form. To complete the application we’ll need to know a few important things, such as – project location, number of units, the estimated sale value and your development start and end date. Our insurance boffins can then crunch all the numbers and give you a quote. Once you are happy and accepted the quote then your Risk Management Surveyor will be in touch…
We have a national network of experienced surveyors who work closely with you and your Local Authority Building Control team. Your Risk Management Surveyor will tailor the inspections to the needs of you site. You will also receive a detailed Technical Manual, accredited by RIBA and CIAT to provide you with guidance on each stage of the build.
We work with you to help build your dream home. Our self-build warranty provides security, peace of mind and can be used to secure finance from lenders.
We provide a range of structural warranties for providers of social or affordable housing designed to protect assets and deliver high quality housing.
Our LABC Warranty protects your new home from structural damage that may occur during the first ten years after your home is completed.