Community Wind Projects in Orkney

Wind Projects of all scales are primarily developed with a view to profit from the sale of the electricity generated to the national grid. Sometimes, larger developments forego some of their profit and award annual incentives to the communities surrounding the wind site to appease those locals resistant to its construction. This creates a source […]

Tips on Protecting Property Against a Harsh Winter

The last two winters have been severe, particularly in Scotland. As a result many people have suffered immensely high rates of damage to their property. The most common claims have been as a result of burst water pipes and roof damages owing to the amount of snow fall. Above a 3rd of all UK household […]

Employers’ Liability Tracing Office (ELTO) – Important Information

The FSA announced in February this year that new regulations will come into effect to make it easier for employees wishing to make a claim under an Employers’ Liability (EL) policy to trace which insurer to make the claim against. Why is this necessary? EL claims are made on an ‘occurred’ basis, ie claims are […]

Recent success in Housing Association Market

In the past 12 months, we have been appointed as Insurance Brokers for 15 Housing Association organisations, providing them with premium savings, superior insurance cover and excellent pro-active service. We have also successfully provided Procurement Consultancy services for a growing number of Registered Social Landlords, providing them with some significant premium savings but also ensuring […]

Cash for Crash

The findings of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries show that the number of motor accidents leading to a compensation moneygram at walmart hours claim is still rising and has almost reached 25%, twice the 2005 rate. Not surprisingly, this rise has been accompanied by a 20% web site stats yearly growth in the number […]