The five-year agreement is effective from 1 July

Rural broker R K Harrison, a specialist division of Howden UK and Ageas, has announced a five-year agreement for a land and estates insurance scheme, effective from 1 July.

The agreement will enable farmers, landowners and estates of all sizes to obtain tailored land and estates insurance policies, which are designed to cover policyholders’ specific risks.

The product will also be available for The Country Land and Business Association (CLA) members – R K Harrison has been the association’s insurance partner since 2002, aiding its 30,000 members with insurance coverage.

Commenting on the new agreement, Russell White, director of distribution at Ageas UK, said: “We’re open to new opportunities that broaden our portfolio and grow our commercial business. This agreement with R K Harrison does exactly that and is further evidence of our commitment to the commercial market. We look forward to working with them on this well-established product.”

Patricia Jones, head of rural at R K Harrison, added: “We are delighted to partner with Ageas on this new scheme. Like R K Harrison they have a deep track record and heritage in supporting the rural community.

“This new scheme will further cement our position as a leader in the rural insurance market and provide our clients with the competitive and tailored insurance they need.”