by: JanC - 10-06-12 15:48
I am looking into buying a nursery that is in liquidation at the moment. I'm trying to assess costs and work out what I'll need in the long run.
Can someone give me the type of insurance I would need, and a rough estimation of costs? Is it liability insurance, or is there another type I would need?
You may see me in here from time to time as I'm trying to piece together whether this nursery is a viable company!
RE: Insurance - 11-06-12 18:39
by: Maureen Askew
Can I suggest you contact Jackie Hyde from Stanmore insurance on 01204570370 or 07866468192 email email@example.com the company specialises in nursery insurance and will provide a no obligation detailed quote.
Make sure you are clear about why the nursery has gone into liguidation, and you will be able to address the problems effectively and turn the nursery into a sound business, if possible contact as many current and past parents to obtain an honest view of any issues. good luck.
RE: Insurance - 11-06-12 22:20
The pre-school learning alliance offers very competitive insurance and you could contact them for a quote.
RE: Insurance - 12-06-12 14:15
Morton Michel, who I have been with for years, and PoundGates are probably the most popular nursery insurance policies out there. www.mortonmichel.com and www.poundgates.com
RE: Insurance - 12-06-12 22:07
by: kaz (the first one!)
We use morten michel after using the PLA for many years. Thee tailor make your insurance to what you need covered. One of my settings only had employers libility (public liability) while the other also has buildings insurance.
RE: Insurance - 14-06-12 17:20
Agree with Jackie at Stanmore a very personal service. But take seperate employment advice as croner are terrible#~!!!
RE: Insurance - 14-06-12 21:48
Jackie at stanmore gets my vote too. Brilliant service
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