Monthly archive January, 2013

Leeds burglary hotspot faces 20% insurance hike

blog-generic Residents in Leeds neighbourhood tops the UK list of burglary hotspots Resident in a Leeds neighbourhood could face up to a 20% increase in their home insurance after the location came out top of the UKs’ burglary hotspots, according to Read More →

Flood insurance talks advanced

blog-property The Government is at an “advanced stage” in its negotiations with the Association of British Insurers (ABI) over the future of flood insurance, a minister has insisted after Labour claimed the talks were in “absolute disarray”. Defra minister Richard Benyon Read More →

Some homeworkers may violate laws

blog-professional As the number of people who work from home continues to rise, statistics from AXA Business Insurance suggested that the majority of the 5.4 million homeworkers in the UK are, probably unknowingly, operating without the insurance cover they need and over half are potentially Read More →

Burglary Findings Revealed

blog-generic New home insurance research from price comparison site MoneySupermarket reveals that homeowners in parts of London, Leeds and Bradford are most likely to make a burglary or theft claim. The analysis looked at the 3.5 million home insurance quotes run on the Read More →