Does your business cover require an ‘efficacy’ clause? Not sure whether your Professional Indemnity insurance should be set up on an ‘aggregate’ or ‘any one claim’ basis? Need a performance bond or hazardous locations exclusion removed?

If you are new to this type of insurance we will guide you through the application process, making sure that we explain all options available to you as we go. If you already have pre-existing cover, we will undertake a performance audit before reporting back with suggestions.

From statutory plant inspections to optional extras such as non-negligence insurance (JCT Clause 21.2.1 cover), Consort Insurance has the necessary expertise to help you make sensible choices.

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    IMPORTANT: Please complete this application as fully as possible and return it to Consort Insurance, together with any relevant plans, Schedules of Condition or other supporting documents.

    JCT clause 21.2.1 (or equivalent) insurance

    Section 1 - General details

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    Section 2 - Existing property

    If the existing property is being completely demolished or the contract site has already been cleared, please proceed to SECTION 3. Otherwise, please answer the questions below:

    YesNo
    YesNo

    Section 3 - Surrounding property

    Please give a description of all surrounding property not forming part of the Contract Works:

    YesNo
    If Yes, please forward a copy of this to
    dahlia.osuoha@consortinsurance.com
    YesNo

    Section 4 - Construction and extensions

    Please complete DEMOLITION Section if applicable (where such demolition forms part of a contract for erection, reconstruction, alteration or repair by the insured):

    Demolition

    YesNo
    YesNo
    YesNo
    YesNo
    YesNo
    YesNo
    YesNo

    Section 5 - Declaration

    The undersigned declares on behalf of all parties proposing for insurance that to the best of his/her knowledge and belief, the statements provided herein are true and complete and all material facts or circumstances have been fully disclosed. The undersigned declares and agrees that the proposal form together with any other information supplied shall form the basis of any subsequent contract of insurance and undertakes to inform the insurer of any material alteration to those facts occurring before completion of the contract of insurance.