Construction Insurance

So you want great cover, fantastic price and no hassle for your construction insurance? We can easily offer you a solution and show you how to best set it up. If you’re involved in ANY aspect of the construction industry, we can arrange you the Full Spectrum of Covers required to fully protect you from … Read More

Construction Sector Leads Dismal Figures

30th May 2012By adminConstruction Insurance No Comments

The poor performance of the construction sector has led to the UK economy shrinking by a greater amount than before. Titan Construction Insurance is arguing that the sector needs viable help from the UK Government before too many jobs and skills are lost to a once vibrant industry. The Office for National Statistics lowered its … Read More

Construction Leads Woes

8th May 2012By adminConstruction Insurance No Comments

Titan Construction Insurance worries that it was the poor performance of the construction sector which pushed the UK economy into recession over the first quarter of 2012 and says that unless the Government take steps to boost the sector, things will get worse. Although Titan Construction Insurance recognizes that the initial figures are often upgraded … Read More

Third Runway Frustration

5th March 2012By adminConstruction Insurance No Comments

Titan Construction Insurance is worried that the renewed debate about the third runway at Heathrow is turning into a slanging match between pressure groups and politicians, and that the real opportunities to stimulate the UK construction sector are being lost due to a restrictive planning environment. Titan believes that the sound argument for increased UK … Read More

Some Bright News in Construction Sector

25th January 2012By adminConstruction Insurance No Comments

Titan Construction Insurance welcomes the news that the country’s second biggest house builder, Taylor Wimpey, has told the market that it expects a large rise in its operating profit for 2011. Titan says that Taylor Wimpey made an operating profit of £88.3 million in 2010 and the company has announced that it now expects a … Read More