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An interview with Levi Gardner from CRE Insurance

Posted by Simon Forsterling | 23 June 2020 | Construction & Infrastructure

In an interview with Levi Gardner from CRE Insurance, Simon Forsteling discusses whether current policies held by or readily available to builders and designers are likely to meet insurance requirements of the new Design and Building Practitioners Bill 2019. The interview helps clarify the position telegraphed in our article last week Bolstering Consumer Confidence – the practicalities of the Design and Building Practitioners Bill 2019.

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