FENSA Indemnity

Background:

Since 2002, all replacement windows and doors require a FENSA certificate of compliance with building regulations. The responsibility for compliance rests with authorised installers who provide a certificate (the FENSA certificate) to evidence compliance. This document is required by purchasers in the event of the property being sold. If it cannot be provided then insurance can be provided in its place.

In what circumstances is cover required?

FENSA indemnity insurance is required where there is no appropriate evidence of compliance with building regulations or there is a lack of the required certification.

This cover is generally provided on the same basis as any other lack of Building Regulations/Lack of Planning Permission policy.

Product features:

Risks covered: loss of market value, damages and expenses arising in complying with any enforcement notice/proceedings served by the appropriate authority.

Exclusions: policies do not cover the cost of the replacement of defective doors or glazing.

Information needed:

  • Property address
  • Property value (or developed value in the event that development is to take place)
  • Use of the Property (both current and intended (if a change of use or development is intended)
  • Office Copy entries and filed plan
  • Details of the works carried out and their date of completion
  • Details of the missing permissions/documents

 

For further information about FENSA indemnity insurance or to  get a quote, call our team on 0845 557 0845 (local call rate) or 01293 880700 or email us at enquiries@lawsureinsurance.co.uk