Listed and period property insurance

Specialising in finding buildings and contents insurance for homes that are listed or over 100 years old, A-Plan's team of non-standard property experts will help you find the right listed property insurance for your dream home.
Listed and period property home insurance

What does listed property insurance cover?

Your buildings

Your buildings

A-Plan’s listed and period property insurance can protect your buildings against perils a wide range of risks such as fire and flood.
Property owners’ liability

Property owners’ liability

Property owners’ liability to cover compensation claims brought against you by the public due to injury or illness in relation to your listed property.
Structural damage

Structural damage

Cover for structural damage caused by subsidence, heave, landslip or flooding.

Benefits of Listed and Period Property 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

Specialist and non-standard home insurance guide

Need help with listed and period property insurance? Find out more in our guides!

Causes of subsidence

Insuring your property

When might a property become unoccupied?

If flooding happens

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Frequently asked questions about listed property insurance

Still not sure whether you need listed property insurance? We’ve answered some frequently asked questions to help you decide.

What is a listed property?
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A listed property is any property that appears on the list of ‘buildings of special architectural  or historic interest,’ also known as the national heritage list. Appearing on the list means that there are special controls in place to prevent the building being altered, extended or demolished due to its significance.

 Properties can be either partially or fully listed - for example, a partially listed building might have one feature that is of historical significance, such as interesting brickwork or columns. The gradings are Grade I, II and II*, with Grade I listings being reserved for buildings of ‘exceptional’ interest.

What if only part of my property is listed?
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Our partners A-Plan, may still be able to provide listed and period property insurance cover, even if only a section of your property is listed. Let them know the details of your property when you get a quote so they can ensure they’re providing the best cover for your property.

Do I need listed building insurance?
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If your property is Grade II listed, you may be able to find cover under a standard home insurance policy – it’ll just depend on your particular circumstances, and how much / which part of the property is listed. Taking out a specialist listed building insurance policy will not only ensure your building is properly protected, but it will also factor in any requirements for specialist surveys or repairs in the event of a claim.  

Need standard home insurance?

If you don't have specialist requirements, take a look at A-Plan's range of standard home insurance policies.

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