Study: Climate change could wipe £525bn from the value of UK homes by 2100

Cecilia Keating
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The River Ouse floods the centre of York | Credit: iStock
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The River Ouse floods the centre of York | Credit: iStock

Insurance premiums are failing to keep up with escalating climate risk faced by UK’s building stock, report warns

Floods and rising sea levels could wipe £525bn of value from the cost of UK property by 2100 and put homeowners across the country at significant risk of defaulting on their mortgages, climate risk analyst...

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