Events

Subsidence Conference 2024: Where are we now?

March 7, 2024 9:00 am

Manufacturing Technology Centre, Coventry

Single Ticket:
£235

Subsidence Conference 2024: Where are we now?

£235.00

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Headline Sponsor

Event documents:

SPONSOR PACK EVENT AGENDA

Who is it for?

Attending the event will be rich cross section of:

• Insurers
• Loss adjusters
• Claims management companies
• Repairers
• Digital solution providers
• Disaster recovery experts
• Subsidence claims experts
• Surveyors
• and other claims professionals

As key decision makers within the home & property claims sector, these are the people you want to do business with.

What is it about?

Last year we carefully examined the 2022 surge in the knowledge that many claims were still arriving throughout Q2 2023.

One year on we will explore:

• Where are we now?
• Are the new environmental protections on trees slowing the process?
• Why do the costs of repair seem to be higher?
• How are the resource shortages?
• What is the environmental balance between trees and concrete?

Gold Sponsors

Who is coming?

Anyone who works within or what’s to find out more about the current state of subsidence claims whether an insurer or supplier.

This is subject to change as the tickets are booked. Don’t delay!

Key questions

• Where are we now?
• Are the new environmental protections on trees slowing the process?
• Why do the costs of repair seem to be higher?
• How are the resource shortages?
• What is the environmental balance between trees and concrete?

Silver Sponsor

INNOVATION-GROUP

Subsidence Conference 2024: Where are we now?

£235.00

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Rachael Hunt

Events Director

07813 146 944

Liane Price

Sales & Accounts Manager

07850 220 714

Home Corporate Partners

INNOVATION-GROUP

Insurer Partners

AGEAS
INSURE THE BOX

Industry Body Partners

Insights Partners

Subsidence Conference 2024: Where are we now?

Subsidence Conference 2024: Where are we now?

Location

The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) was established in 2010 as an independent Research & Technology Organisation (RTO) with the objective of bridging the gap between academia and industry – often referred to as ‘the valley of death’.