You are here

Insurance

Insuring your home

As a resident, your furniture and personal belongings are not automatically insured against theft or damage. This means that if your possessions are destroyed by fire, for example, you will not be compensated for your loss unless you have home contents insurance.

To insure the contents of your home, you can use any insurance company you choose.

However, if you live on a large estate it can be hard to get contents insurance. To help, we have a special household contents insurance scheme for all our tenants and leaseholders (not just those living on estates). The scheme is run by the RSA Insurance Group (formerly Royal & Sun Alliance) and is only available to Haringey Council/Homes for Haringey tenants or leaseholders. 

If you wish to apply for home contents insurance through RSA Insurance, please complete the application form in the Home Contents Insurance booklet.

For general enquiries about the RSA Insurance scheme please contact them directly at: 

www.rsagroup.com 

03456 718 172

RSA
Uris Group,
Quay Point
Lakeside Boulevard
Doncaster DN4 5PL

Back to top


Making an insurance claim

If you believe that Homes for Haringey has caused damage to your contents and/or personal belongings, you can make an insurance claim against us.

If you would like to make an insurance claim against Homes for Haringey, please contact Haringey Council for an insurance claim form.

Haringey Council’s Risk and Insurance team will investigate insurance claims for residents who believe the cause of damage and negligence is due to Homes for Haringey.

The team will contact you directly if they need any more information.

Address:

Haringey Council
Risk and Insurance team
7th Floor, Alexandra House
10 Station Road
Wood Green N22 7TR

Email: insurance@haringey.gov.uk

Tel: 020 8489 3812 or 020 8489 3985

Back to top


 

Feedback

Give us feedback with your contact details for a response. Please note: we review comments once a week. Service requests must be made to Customer Services.

Page Last Updated:

6 September 2019