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Following the successful launch of our exclusive Residential Contaminated Land Insurance, we’re pleased to say that we will be hosting a free webinar detailing the policy and the ordering process on Wednesday 7 th February 2018 at 11am. 

The CLS advent calendars have landed, the chocolate is in full swing and we’re counting down the last week before Christmas!

CLS has been protecting clients from Chancel Repair Liability (CRL) risk for over 12 years and ChancelCheck ® remains the only go-to, highly respected product on the market today.  

CLS ,  leading provider of data and insurance to both the UK and European residential and commercial property markets has today announced the relocation of their existing Kent-based operations to new, larger premises capable of housing its data and technology teams alongside e...

CLS have been loyal supporters of Demelza Hospice Care for Children for over 10 years and we couldn’t be prouder to be sponsors of their Business Awards 2017 which took place at the Tudor Park Marriott Hotel in Maidstone last week.  

Following our successful event for MIPIM Cannes, we would like to invite you to an evening of networking and drinks with like-minded property professionals but this time, it’s for MIPIM UK! 

The quest for business efficiency has led to the rapid emergence of the FinTech, PropTech and InsurTech industries. Although hovering under the radar for a few years now, these industries have experienced a sudden surge of success, that has largely been orchestrated by both ge...

Following the launch of our exclusive suite of Residential Contaminated Land Insurance, we’re pleased to say that we will be hosting a free webinar detailing the new policies and the ordering process.  

Neil Wood joins the CLS family as a Business Development Manager and brings with him a wealth of knowledge in several different market sectors.

As you will now have seen, the General Election has resulted in a hung parliament with no party commanding an overall controlling majority. Despite both Conservatives and Labour increasing their vote share, it was Labour who was the big winner, gaining 29 seats, while the Tori...
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