TC Communications Ltd

June 16, 2011 09:01 ET

Hello? Anybody There?

ASCOT, ENGLAND--(Marketwire - June 16, 2011) -

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The phones rang, the emails were backing up, the paperwork was piling high and the December air was being ripped apart by wails of disappointment or whoops of joy. Why? BLP had launched its first online game to unsuspecting building, construction and project managers and insurance traders whose Friday lunch seemed to be inexplicably extended into Wednesday tea time!

It might all be repeated today because BLP launches its second game where our plucky little revolutionary hero is relying on the player to left-click and defend his position to save him from the marauding hoard.

BLP's Business Development Manager, Brian Kilroy, explains: "Our second game, launched today, is a bit harder than the first one, so hopefully people will enjoy it and we are looking forward to another shooting event with the winners of this game."

The phone is ringing, WHERE IS EVERYBODY?!

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Notes for editors:

BLP offers an innovative, revolutionary approach to defects insurance for new buildings and refurbishments in commercial and mixed schemes as their policies give clients not only what they want, but what they need.

Unlike traditional new homes warranties, BLP's insurance covers the building – not the developer – and does not ask developers to pay up front registration fees, ongoing membership fees, bonds, guarantees or deposits.

For claims, only proof of damage is required not proof of liability. BLP's cover is approved by the majority of British mortgage lenders.

BLP has long standing relationships with architects, designers, builders, developers, housing associations and professionals to the building, pension and insurance sectors. Some of their clients are: Land Securities Plc, Catalyst Communities Housing Association Ltd, Scottish Widows Investment Partnership, Newlon Housing Trust, Prime Development Plc, Breyer Group Plc, Clarendon Homes Ltd, Concept Construction Services Ltd, Keyside Properties Ltd and Seagrave Developments Ltd.

BLP (Building LifePlans Limited) was incorporated in 1999 and is a subsidiary of Thomas Miller. It is regulated by the FSA and backed by Allianz Global Corporate & Speciality AG (UK branch) which has an AA insurer star rating.

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