If you are the owner of a large open field containing hills or scattered rocks then getting rough country insurance should be of high importance. The terrain of rough country land makes it inevitably difficult to traverse thus increasing the potential for injury claims. As the name suggests, this type of land is commonly found in the countryside and remote rural areas.
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Why do I need insurance for my rough country?

Terrain on this sort of land create multiple hazards for people crossing the land. There is always potential for a trip or fall which could result in life changing injuries to the stricken party. Also, loose rocks could fall and damage property such as buildings and vehicles and compensation could be due to these people.

Do you allow livestock on the land?

Grazing is certainly permitted by livestock on your open land. The straying of animals is not generally covered but we always suggest contacting us to get confirmation of the cover you will receive in respect of animals on your land.

How much does it cost?

The premium for a yearly policy starts at £145.00 for £1,000,000 liability cover.

So what do I do next?

To get an instant quote or to take out cover, simply click the “Get Quote” button or contact us for more information.

You can also visit the land insurance page to see what other types of land we can cover.