Out with the old, in with 2022
As 2021 draws to a close and the traditionally busy festive period is upon us, we would like to say a big thank you to those who have supported us with our launch into the North West region and beyond.
After being stuck at our desks for the first half of the year, from June onwards we anchored ourselves in Manchester, and spent time getting to know the ‘movers and shakers’ in the market to understand how we can best support the wider property community. The outcome? The aim of the game when it comes to ‘legal indemnities’ is to help developers to manage risk, which enables them to access finance and attract investors for their projects. The overall message for us was to be accessible, as well as to continue to share and raise awareness of how we structure solutions, which support lenders’ and funders’ requirements for future developments across the region.
What does the New Year hold?
Every year the property and construction industry is faced with new challenges, and some are easier to overcome than others; 2022 looks to be no different. The industry is going through a major shift when it comes to feasibility, net zero embodied carbon versus net zero.
Operational carbon considerations, shining a light on ESG in the supply chain, availability of labour and materials, the list goes on. However, on a positive note, market and operational changes lead to innovation and imaginative problem solving, our industry thrives when challenged!
The market continues however to respond with resilience in the face of adversity, and we as insurers and as a ‘supplier’ will endeavour to do the same.
On behalf of the whole of the L&C team, we would like to wish you all good health, happiness, and prosperity for 2022!
Amanda & Matt
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