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Business Property Protections Portal

The Business and Property Protection Portal utilises “big data” and real-life statistical sources to produce a risk report for any business type and UK postcode. Its predictive technology includes an analysis of perils for fire, flood, arson and security (crime and cybercrime), and scopes average costs in the event of fire damage. Complete the form to generate a report identifying risks and advising guidance to view. If you have any issues or queries, please contact

Business and Property Protection Portal Disclaimer

This portal has been developed through the RISCAuthority and published by the Fire Protection Association (FPA). RISCAuthority membership comprises a group of UK insurers that actively support a number of expert working groups developing and promulgating best practice for the protection of people, property, business and the environment from loss due to fire and other risks.

The technical expertise for this portal has been provided by the Technical Division of the FPA, external consultants, and experts from the insurance industry who together form the various RISCAuthority Working Groups. Although produced with insurer input, the portal does not (and is not intended to) represent a pan-insurer perspective. Individual insurance companies will have their own requirements which may be different from or not reflected in the content of this portal.

Absolutely no responsibility can be accepted for the suitability of advice, products and services offered from 3rd-party websites where content out of the control of RISCAuthority resides. The FPA has made extensive efforts to check the accuracy of the information and advice contained in this portal and it is believed to be accurate at the time of printing. However, the FPA makes no guarantee, representation or warranty (express or implied) as to the accuracy or completeness of any information or advice contained in this portal.

All advice and recommendations are presented in good faith on the basis of information, knowledge and technology as at the date of publication of this portal. Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, the FPA makes no guarantee, representation or warranty (express or implied) that this portal considers all systems, equipment and procedures or state-of-the-art technologies current at the date of this portal. Use of, or reliance upon, this portal, or any part of its content, is voluntary and is at the user’s own risk.

Anyone considering using or implementing any recommendation or advice within this portal should rely on his or her own personal judgement or, as appropriate, seek the advice of a competent professional and rely on that professional’s advice. Nothing in this portal replaces or excludes (nor is intended to replace or exclude), entirely or in part, mandatory and/ or legal requirements howsoever arising (including without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing any such requirements for maintaining health and safety in the workplace). Except to the extent that it is unlawful to exclude any liability, the FPA accepts no liability whatsoever for any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage arising in any way from the publication of this portal or any part of it, or any use of, or reliance placed on, the content of this portal or any part of it.


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