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Another win for Alan Boswell Group landlord insurance

Alan Boswell Group LLAS landlord win

2019 is off to a great start for Alan Boswell Group, as we have been awarded Best Landlord Insurance Provider at the London Landlord Accreditation Scheme (LLAS) awards! Held in London and hosted by Shaun Williamson, the event aimed to shine a light on challenges and opportunities within the private rented sector.

 

Well done everyone, a fantastic achievement, I’m immensely proud of you all. This is a great boost for all those involved, knowing their hard work and dedication is appreciated and recognised by a wider audience.

 

The event brought together over 500 individuals from different areas of the property market, including landlords, agents, and investors. The theme for the night was to discover how everyone working within the private rented sector could adapt, change and thrive in 2019. As for the awards themselves, there were 12 categories altogether, with NIA Insurance and Landlord Insurance Ltd as the other finalists within the Best Landlord Insurance Provider category.

 

 

Heath Alexander-Bew, Director of Personal Lines at Alan Boswell Group said “We are absolutely delighted to win Best Landlord Insurance Provider for 2019 as voted by London Landlord Accreditation Scheme (LLAS). Once again being recognised in the industry for our services and products helps reinforce our visibility, strength and trust in the market. We’re never complacent, we always look and listen for ways to improve and give customers what they want.”

 

If you’d like an award-winning landlord insurance team working for you,
call Alan Boswell Group on 01603 216399.

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