In another instance of encouraging post-lockdown recovery for the construction industry, we were delighted to learn that demand for groundworkers has now surpassed pre-lockdown levels, raising hopes of a ‘V-shaped recovery’ for the housebuilding sector.
To read more about this positive development, please click here to access an article from Construction Enquirer.
Groundworker demand is often said to be a leading indicator of housebuilding recovery, due to their involvement in preparing the foundations for new homes.
Focus is delighted to advise that our close relationships with our many Insurer Partners means that we can offer you wide access to markets for groundworkers insurance, and that we’re very comfortable in providing competitive quotations for this Trade – often with no depth restrictions.
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One of the hardest things about the pandemic has been the sheer number of unknowns. When will construction sites reopen? When will things return to normal? How will the construction (and other) industries recover from this unprecedented crisis? To help answer some of these questions, we’ve been blogging much more frequently, keeping you up to date on the latest news and government guidance, to try and do our bit in reducing the uncertainty and doubt we are all feeling. To check out our latest articles, visit our Blog Archive here.
As the UK gradually and cautiously moves out of lockdown, we’re committed to remaining with you every step of the way. You’ll continue to have access to your Dedicated Underwriter, who understands you and your business and knows your needs – no having to explain yourself over and over again to different Underwriters. You’ll still be able to benefit from our wide Product range spanning the Construction, Commercial and Professions sectors. And we’ll continue to keep you up to date on what’s going on in the market.
Better times are on the way – but Focus will still be there.
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