Non-standard landlord insurance

It can be difficult to find cover for non-standard properties - especially if they’re also being let to tenants. Our partners at A-Plan provide comprehensive landlord insurance for unique homes, whether they’re listed, unoccupied or have been previously affected by subsidence or flooding.
Non-standard landlord insurance

What does non-standard landlord insurance cover?

Buildings insurance

Buildings insurance

A-Plan can protect your buildings against a whole variety of risks for properties that have suffered from subsidence, heave or landslip, or are situated in high-risk areas.
Property owners’ liability

Property owners’ liability

Property owners liability cover to protect you against compensation claims raised by third parties that have been injured as a result of the property not being maintained.
Theft and malicious damage

Theft and malicious damage

Protection for buildings and contents against theft, attempted theft and malicious damage.

Benefits of specialist landlord insurance with Endsleigh’s partners

Specialist policies tailored to your needs

Specialist policies tailored to your needs

Friendly, helpful, expert advisors

Friendly, helpful, expert advisors

8 out of 10 clients renew with A-Plan each year

8 out of 10 clients renew with A-Plan each year

Want to know more about non-standard landlord insurance?

Check out our guides for helpful information about subsidence properties, flood risks and what to do if your property's about to become unoccupied.

Flood prevention

Insuring your property for subsidence

When might my property become unoccupied?

Do I need to let my insurance provider know if my property’s unoccupied?


What you need to know about non-standard landlord insurance

Finding the right landlord insurance for your non-standard property can be a long-winded and complicated process. We’ve taken the time to answer some frequently asked questions so you have all the information you need.

What is non-standard landlord insurance?
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Non-standard landlord insurance does exactly what it says on the tin – its landlord insurance for non-standard properties. It can be notoriously difficult to find cover for non-standard properties – and especially if there’s the additional risk of having tenants living in the property, rather than owner-occupation.

Non-standard landlord insurance is specialist cover to provide protection to properties that may have a hard time finding cover otherwise – such as for previous subsidence or flooding, or because the property will be unoccupied long term. 

What types of property are covered by non-standard landlord insurance?
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If you have specialist or non-standard rental properties, then shaping flexible insurance to fully protect you is critical. As well as rental properties, A-Plan can also provide cover for holiday rentals and unoccupied properties. While being a great source of additional income, holiday homes can also be left unoccupied for extended periods when it’s not holiday season. This can cause difficulties when trying to get your property covered by a standard property insurance policy.

A-Plan’s non-standard landlord insurance policies provide cover for properties, including holiday homes that are going to empty for extended periods of time. They can also provide cover for properties that are listed, are of non-standard construction (such as timber-framed buildings) or that have been affected by natural processes, such as flooding, subsidence, heave or landslip.

Interested in non-standard landlord insurance?

Get a quote with A-Plan

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