Does the Supreme Court ruling on business interruption cover mean that I am covered for loss of income?

The UK Supreme Court decision on the business interruption test case in January 2021 only applies to commercial (business) policies and only those that have a notifiable disease extension within their business interruption cover. It does not affect loss of rental income cover on Leisuredays policies. Unfortunately you are only covered for loss of rental […]

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My park did not drain down or turn off the water before closing. Will I still be covered if I have a leak or burst pipe?

We have been in touch with our park partners and customers to remind them of our winter weather precautions and the need for holiday caravans to be drained down from November 1st to March 15th for insurance cover to remain valid. If you’re unable to access your caravan, arrangements must be made with the park […]

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I can’t get to my park to drain down my holiday caravan because it’s in a local lockdown area or I am self-isolating due to Coronavirus. What do I do?

Your Leisuredays insurance policy requires you to drain down your unit when it’s not occupied from November 1st to March 15th. We recommend you contact your park operator to make arrangements for them to do this for you. Parks will probably charge for this service. You will not be insured for burst pipes unless you […]

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