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This is a new initiative proposed by Flood Re who have commissioned a report on developing a blueprint for how Flood Protection Certificates can support household climate resilience.

They would be intended to be a document for the homeowner and any potential purchasers or renters of the property which sets out the severity of its flood risk and steps that have been or could be taken to mitigate the risk.

Here’s a video of the launch of the Report, attended on Zoom by about 120 people

Here’s the Flood-Performance-Certificates report


Dermot Kehoe – Chair of the Resilience Round Table (Insurance industry plus DEFRA) and Director of Transition at Flood Re.

Andy Bord – CEO Flood Re

Rebecca Pow – Under SoS DEFRA responsible for flooding, MP for Somerset

Jo Ahern – WPI Economics – author of the FPC report

Mary Dhonau – Know your Flood Risk

Toby Parkes – Behavioural Insight Team at RealLife Tech

Steve Hodgson – CEO Property Care Association – represents suppliers and installers of PFR


Flood Re March 2019 newsletter

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‘Let’s Talk About Flooding’ In support of National Flood Forum and Scottish Flood Forum, Flood Re has been touring the UK with a series of regional events to bring together those living in flood risk communities. Through the ‘Let’s Talk About Flooding’ and ‘Tackling Flooding Together’ events, experiences of flooding and concerns have been shared… Read more »

A potential reduction in insurance for households in flood-prone areas

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On the 1st October 2018, FloodRe announced that from the 1st January 2019, they will be reducing the levy they charge to insurance companies. It is believed the upcoming reduction will result in a reduction in the cost of flood insurance cover for those living in areas of the UK that have a significant risk… Read more »

Flood Re – New insurers on board

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New insurers have become accredited to offer Flood Re including Ageas, Oak and Allianz. Check out Flood Re insurer page to see the list of insurers that are signed up to provide Flood Re to homes across the UK. Full list of insurers here Flood Re in action Flood Re is keen to hear how… Read more »