Property & Asset Insurance (Business Pack) can help protect your group’s property and belongings from risks of loss or damage associated with fire, theft and accidental damage. With this coverage, you can ensure that your property is protected and that you won't be left with significant out-of-pocket expenses if something were to happen.

  • New for old replacement on contents and buildings.

  • Choose your excess.

  • High value items – specify items of significant value.

  • Flexible policy options and add-ons.

  • Pay by the month (via arranged premium funding)

  • Protection on the move

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Types of buildings and assets we can arrange cover for

We understand that managing risk and protecting your assets is critical for your organisation's long-term success, which is why we can arrange a variety of covers under Business Package insurance and which can cover the following types of property plus other assets:

  • Buildings such as clubs, halls and recreational facilities.
  • Tenants improvements to leased premises
  • Tenants improvements to playing fields (for example: cricket nets, lighting towers, sprinkler systems, fencing, etc.)

If your organisation has made improvements to a leased property, it is important to have coverage for those improvements in case of damage or loss. This coverage can help protect you from financial losses associated with these improvements, whether it's due to fire, theft, or other unforeseen events. Without this coverage, you may be responsible for the cost of repairing or replacing these improvements out of your own pocket. So remember to tell us about any improvements you have made to the landlords property.

Contents insurance

In addition to asset and building cover, we can arrange contents cover, which can help protect the contents of your buildings from damage, theft, or loss. This type of coverage is especially important for community groups and not-for-profit organisations that may have valuable equipment, inventory, or possessions.

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Types of contents we can arrange cover for:

  • Electronic equipment such as computers, printers, phones, TVs, sound systems etc.
  • Sporting equipment.
  • Machinery, tools or appliances.
  • Inventory such as stock, raw materials, or finished products
  • Furniture and fixtures such as desks, chairs, and shelving
  • Valuable items such as artwork or memorabilia.
  • Stock on hand, food drink.
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We’re dedicated to helping you find the right coverage

We understand that every organisation is unique, which is why we arrange tailored insurance solutions to meet your specific needs. Our team of insurance experts is dedicated to helping you find the right coverage for your organisation and to providing you with the guidance and support you need to make informed decisions about your insurance.

Contact us today to learn more about our Business Pack insurance policy and how we can help you protect your assets and contents.

Get a quote:

To get a quote please download the application form and complete the relevant sections and return to us via:

Post: Local Community Insurance Services, GPO Box 1693 Adelaide SA 5001
Email: insurance@lcis.com.au
Fax: 08 8235 6448

You can also use this application form to request a quote for the following policies or get a quick quote online.

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