Leaseholders in high-rise buildings hit with huge insurance premiums post-Grenfell

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With the government pushing the full cost of building safety works on to leaseholders, further problems have surfaced for residents and the insurance industry, as lines such as professional indemnity fail to deliver the services that society requires of it

Leasehold residents in high-rise buildings have been impacted financially by soaring insurance premiums following the reactions to fire, cladding and safety systems post-Grenfell.

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