Architect Watchdog assesses changes to insurance requirements

By Dawood Fakhir (May 18, 2022, 9:13 p.m. BST) – A UK regulator for architects in the country has proposed changes to existing guidelines on the insurance policies architects need to work, after consulting the insurance market and professionals to find solutions to the growing professional liability insurance crisis.

The Architects’ Registration Board, which publishes advice on what professional insurance architects should carry, said it was proposing the changes as architects are finding it harder to meet existing requirements due to market developments. insurance.

The regulator said it would consult more with architects, insurers and groups that represent consumer interests before finalizing its proposals, which…

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