Sitting in judgement

One fascinating impact of Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament last year was that judicial review was suddenly making headlines, highlighting that no decision is free from the risk that it could be overturned.

A cautionary tale

Verbal agreements between neighbours over rights of way can be a friendly and informal basis for developing land, but a recent case shows the problems that can arise from relying too heavily on good will.

Ask the Experts

We look at the cover we can provide for service providers on a development site

R is for Restrictive Covenants

Restrictive covenant policies rank amongst our most sought-after products, and it isn’t hard to see why. Title deeds very often contain covenants ranging from the mundane to the downright bizarre.

Don’t doubt our appetite for risk

We’re delighted to announce that quotes are now available for up to £150 million.

When is a gift not a gift?

Over the years, our Insolvency Act covers have been adapted to ensure we continue to meet the changing concerns of lenders and the behaviour of borrowers.