Those who live and work in the countryside know it as an ever-changing landscape, created and moulded by innovation and ingenuity, and one that varies greatly from one region to the next.
Technology, communications and a changing demographic have led to a more diverse community of people and businesses in rural areas. These days, digital start-ups and holiday cottages operate alongside dairy farms and stately homes, with more traditional enterprises responding to market forces by carving out new and innovative ways of deriving income.
At Lycetts, our expertise has grown and evolved with the rural economy and we offer some of the most competitive rural insurance products in the market. All our policies have been designed to meet clients requirements. Many of our executives have hands-on experience of running rural businesses or have rural backgrounds.
Above all, we prize the integrity upon which each individual account is managed and have a commitment to personal service. Each client is assigned a dedicated account handler with whom they can discuss their private or commercial insurance requirements. Working closely with our financial service team, we offer a comprehensive service to individuals and companies seeking to protect their assets.
We are also privileged to work with some of the most resilient and inspiring businesses in the rural economy. By helping our hugely varied spectrum of clients to manage their exposure to risk, we help enable businesses to thrive and survive – often in spite of tough market conditions.
Lycetts advises landowners and farmers on the insurance issues related to increasingly...read more
Lycetts offers tailored protection for small and large fleets of farm vehicles.read more
With a 40-year pedigree as the leading independent rural insurance broker, Lycetts...read more
Lycetts is able to arrange a variety of insurance products to protect clients with rural...read more
If the claim is to be for theft or malicious damage, please remember to report the incident to the police and obtain a crime reference number. On larger claims (in excess of £2,000), insurers may wish to appoint a loss adjuster, in which case your Lycetts team will provide advice on procedure. Regarding liability claims, it is essential that any potential claims are notified to Lycetts immediately and all correspondence is promptly forwarded to your Lycetts contact.
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Read more about developments both in insurance and at Lycetts.
October 19, 2017
Our clients don’t often ask us ‘when do horses die’ but as specialist equine insurance brokers dealing with horse mortality cases we do have some insight into this.read more
October 18, 2017
The fatal injury rate in agriculture is 18 times higher than average. In total 30 people were killed on British farms in the past year. HSE research shows that hazards include contact with electricity (10 per cent), injury by an animal (7 per cent) and falling from a height (7 per cent).read more