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One Broker Partners with the Community Land Trust Network

This autumn, we’re delighted to announce that we’ve teamed up with the Community Land Trust Network, in order to provide support and insurance protection for its members across England and Wales. 

In doing so, One Broker is able to assist community land trusts (CLTs), providing practical advice on insurance for all aspects of their organisation, from buildings to employees, volunteers and more. It ensures that all CLTs, whether they’re just starting out or growing at a pace, have appropriate protection for all activities undertaken.

As part of their network membership, Community Land Trust Network members automatically receive Directors’ & Officers’ Insurance and Company Legal Liability Insurance. The first protects the individuals in the event of a claim made against them, while the latter protects the organisation. As part of their cover, members also receive access to a free and unlimited legal and regulatory advice hotline, which can help to reduce the chances of a claim going to court.

In addition, One Broker provides regular webinars and educational content to help Community Land Trust Network members understand their insurance needs and policy wordings.

Says One Broker Account Executive Phil Smith: “Having spent time talking to members, it’s clear that the needs of CLTs are not like those of other organisations. They face a broad range of risks in a variety of areas and we have identified areas of risk that aren’t traditionally covered. I’m pleased to be working so closely with the Community Land Trust Network and its members, helping them create sustainable communities across England and Wales.”

Adds Tom Chance, Chief Executive at the Community Land Trust Network: “We’re delighted to be working with One Broker. Their commitment to the social housing sector is reflected in Phil’s knowledge and understanding of CLTs’ needs. His advice, combined with tailored insurance coverage gives our members peace of mind when it comes to insurance.”

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