Last year brought about significant change in every facet of life and Real Estate appears no different as the industry seeks to understand what the ‘new normal’ will look like. As the UK starts to exit out of lockdown via the government’s roadmap, investors, developers and managing agents have begun to navigate their way out the other side of the pandemic amid a challenging risk landscape with changes in remediation and regulation in the leasehold sector.
Join our host Jon Phillips and our panel of specialists from Gallagher Real Estate and FR Consultants as they explore key uncertainties and difficulties facing the UK residential sector and how businesses can address them.
The webinar will help those working in the industry to understand:
- The current insurance market and how we’ve got here.
- Navigating an increasingly challenging residential insurance market. How you can address Insurers concerns and manage their evolving placement expectations.
- The impact of escape of water on a premises.
- Remediation – Who pays?
- EWS forms and other wider conflicting opinions and perceptions of stakeholders.
- The future and regulation, what does it mean for you and is there light at the end of the tunnel?
Who should attend?
Property Owners, Managers and Developers and those in professional or advisory roles working in the residential investment and construction sector.
Who will be speaking?
- Greg Spiteri – Executive Director, Gallagher Real Estate
- Leigh Allen - Account Executive, Gallagher Real Estate
- Dorian Lawrence - Managing Director, FR Consultants
Wednesday 9th June 2021 at 10:00am
How to book your place:
Click ‘Register’ to join the debate, once registered you will be emailed the joining details. If you would like to invite a colleague, you are welcome to share this invitation.
If you are unsure you can make the date but would like to join, please register as a link will be emailed to you after the event, allowing you to download the webcast at a more convenient time.
Gallagher is a risk management, insurance and HR/benefits consultancy and will be sharing their views in that capacity. This webinar is not intended to give legal or financial advice, and, accordingly, should not be relied upon for such. This should not be regarded as a comprehensive statement of the law and/or market practice in this area. In preparing this webinar we have relied on information sourced from third parties and we make no claims as to the completeness or accuracy of the information contained herein. It reflects our understanding as at the date of the webinar but you will recognise that matters concerning COVID-19 are fast changing across the world. You should not act upon information nor determine not to act, without first seeking specific specialist advice. Our advice to our clients is as an insurance broker and is provided subject to specific terms and conditions, the terms of which take precedence over any representations in this webinar. No third party to whom this is passed can rely on it. We and our officers, employees or agents shall not be responsible for any loss whatsoever arising from the recipient’s reliance upon any information we provide herein and exclude liability for the content to fullest extent permitted by law. Should you require advice about your specific arrangements or circumstances, please get in touch with Gallagher.