September Update – Meeting on OMC Insurance

Meeting of Tuesday 24 September 2019

Do you know the risks impacting on your apartment block insurance premium?  Do you understand these risks?  How may they be mitigated?

Insurance and OMCs” is the theme of the presentation at our meeting on Tuesday 24 September 2019.

With an increasing focus on defects, fire safety, etc. the cost of block insurance cover is receiving considerable attention.  We are grateful to have as our speaker Mr. Tom English of Thomas P. English & Associates, Consulting Engineers.  Tom is a Chartered Engineer, and Fire Safety Consultant.

The meeting starts at the earlier time of 6.30p.m. sharp, in the Wood Quay Venue, Civic Offices, Dublin 8.

Join us for tea, coffee and sandwiches from 6.15p.m.

After the presentation we will hold our usual open forum for questions and information sharing on MUDs and OMCs.

Please ensure to complete our Meeting Attendance Form to confirm your attendance on 24 September 2019.

Click here for directions to Wood Quay.

Media coverage

On 20 August 2019 we participated in an iProperty Radio/Dublin South FM discussion of the recent Housing Agency/Clúid Housing commissioned report “Owners’ Management Companies- Sustainable apartment living for Ireland”.  Listen to the Property Matters programme here.

Check out our AON Coverage page for media, Oireachtas and other coverage relevant to apartment owners.  If you see any reports that we might have missed, please email us- info@apartmentownersnetwork.org.

Submissions

Our latest submissions to public consultations are available at:

One thought on “September Update – Meeting on OMC Insurance

  1. Hi, I have just come across this group now, and unfortunately missed this session on Insurance in September. Are there any minutes, or notes on how to mitigate the risk of insurance rising? I am a Director of an OMC with a relatively poor claims history, and our premium has more than quadrupled in 2 years.

    I want to look at putting more of the financial burden (of claims) on bad landlords to bring their apartments up to standard.

    Many thanks,
    Ronan

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