Blog: Beware the hidden dangers of kerb appeal

Tom Hill Aqueous Underwriting

As the UK emerges from lockdown and those pubs, restaurants and bars that have survived the past tough year open up to welcome back socially starved clientele, brokers have a key role to play to make sure that they are fully insured despite the changes to their business.

Many hospitality businesses will have had to invest heavily over the last few months to ensure they can start trading now rather than wait for the next set of restrictions to be lifted. These investments include an array of

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