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Celebrating nine years of the DASA Academy.
Our commercial director Chris Edwards speaks’ to the BDMA about sustainability practices in the damage management industry
Our MD and founder Darryl Gartley discussed the Environment Agency’s recent approach to Storm Christoph.
Our commercial director Chris Edwards was interviewed by the BDMA
A move to the countryside quite often comes with a change in how your sewage and water is processed.
It was reported this week that residents across large parts of London were without water following a “major burst” in...
We are delighted to be nominated in “The Insurer Innovation Award” category at the Insurance Times Awards.
The comprehensive plan contains an investment of £5.2 billion which includes £200m for innovative projects such as sustainable drainage systems...
In 2015, regulations were brought in which specified that all septic tanks that discharge to water courses will require either...
Extreme storms and weather events affect our country every single year, but when the flood damage subsides are insurers leaving themselves open to further risk?
It is estimated that water damage costs the UK taxpayer an estimated £800m every year, costing insurers an estimated £1.8m every day.
With the country currently in lockdown, we are very aware that memories of one of the worst winters in history are very much in the past for many of us.
We are all coming to terms with the new restrictions on our working lives. Social distancing and remote working have become part for the course
The last few weeks have been a very testing time for us all. The Covid-19 virus has had a huge impact on pretty much every aspect of everyday life.
Research from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) shows that the "don't move, improve" option is a growing trend
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