Author: Wesley Haynes

New Electrical Safety Rules For Landlords
Landlords & Tenants

New Electrical Safety Rules For Landlords

What Landlords Need To Know About The New Electrical Safety Rules The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020 became law on June 1st 2020, but agents and landlords were given until 1st April 2021 to comply. With the impending date looming over us, we thought we’d write a guide that

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what insurance do I need as a contractor
Contractor Insurance

What Insurance Do I Need As A Contractor?

In a nutshell, a Contractors policy; also known as a ‘Contractors All Risks’ or ‘Contractors Combined’; is a one-stop, fully comprehensive insurance policy that combines various covers under one policy, for one single insurance premium. So, what insurance do I actually need as a Contractor? You will need Public Liability for starters, then depending on

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Glowsure Business Insurance Claims update
Business Insurance

In a brave new world, Glowsure are here to make insurance easy!

An update on business insurance claims No one could have imagined as they popped open a bottle of bubbly at midnight on 31st December 2019, that the months following would bring major changes to the entire world! With individuals at risk of being infected by a transmissible and deadly virus, and many businesses shut down

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Landlords guide to private rented sector 2021
Indemnity Insurance

The Landlords Guide to the Private Rented Sector in 2021

With 10% of landlords planning to expand their portfolios and benefit from the Chancellor’s stamp duty holiday, Brexit looming on the imminent horizon and stamp duty surcharge set for a review in April! There are a number of key dates for 2021 that Landlords should be aware of;  1 January 2021 – Brexit: Whilst COVID-19

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Glowsure Insurance Brokers - Unoccupied Property
Buildings and Contents insurance

Is Your Unoccupied Property Fully Insured?

A staggering 1 in 7 property owners in the UK leaves their abode empty for more than one month at a time. It is crucial to ensure that your insurance policy carries the right level of cover for unoccupied property. Do you know how long you’re allowed to leave a property unoccupied before you risk invalidating your insurance cover? Your existing

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