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LATEST UPDATE : Flood Re controversy
by David Gurton
20 March 2014
Recent lobbying by interested parties against perceived injustices in the new Flood Re scheme seems to be paying off.
Currently going through Parliament, the Water Bill has been the subject of further amendments, even before it reaches the House of Lords let alone any ink is drying on the paperwork.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), have announced that at-risk owner-occupied residential leasehold 'blocks' made up of three properties or less, will now be included in the scheme and covered by Flood Re when in comes into force in the summer of 2015.
These smaller blocks are likely to be flats converted from a single home. However, there is a caveat, cover will only be provided if the owner of the freehold is among the residents of the block.read more
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