Tailored cover, specialist expertise
More than just insurance
Risk management for the heritage sector
Specialist building valuations
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Heritage business and leisure product features
- Buildings and contents
- Business interruption
- Reputational risk
- Trustee and management liability
- Employers’ liability
- Public liability
- Directors’ and officers’
- Loss of licence/Registration
- Equipment breakdown
- Fine art, collections and antiques
- Loss of money
- Hirers’ liability
- Legal expenses
- Personal accident
- Professional indemnity
We recognise that every heritage building and location will have different needs and requirements, that's why our Heritage Business and Leisure insurance policy allows you to add additional cover such as cyber insurance and cover for fine art and valuables. Speak to your broker about the level of additional cover that’s appropriate.
1Subject to underwriting criteria
30 October 2018
Do I need a building valuation?
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What is a protected structure?
Do I need public liability insurance?
What is a buildings valuation?
In insurance terms, a building valuation is to assess the cost of reinstatement of the building. It can be difficult to calculate this value as there are many considerations including; architects fees, restoring original features, debris clearance and specialist considerations.
Ecclesiastical has been insuring buildings for more than 130 years and by carrying out a building valuation, we are helping to find a more accurate value for your building insurance cover and avoid the risk of underinsurance.