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14 January 2019 | News,Property News

Research which shows farmland values falling by a fifth due to Brexit may be over-exaggerated, according to an agricultural law expert. Recent rese...

'Over-egging the pudding': Brexit farmland value impact queried by law expert

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10 January 2019 | News,Property News

Scottish farmland prices may continue to hold firm in 2019 despite predictions of a sudden drop in prices due to Brexit uncertainty. The price of g...

Scottish farmland may continue to hold firm despite Brexit uncertainty

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20 December 2018 | News,Property News

Price stability has been the key factor underpinning increased activity in the market for farmland and farm sales in Scotland during 2018. The key ...

Price stability 'key factor' in increased activity Scottish farmland

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20 December 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Europe's last working farm still operating under medieval customs could soon be bought by Nottinghamshire County Council. The 1,900-acre site Laxto...

Medieval farming estate could be bought by county council

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19 December 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

Family farming businesses in the UK which trade as partnerships or sole traders are being urged to plan ahead in case a founding member dies, as it ca...

Farming families warned to plan succession or risk cash woes

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14 December 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

The CLA has called for national parks to be more than just “museums for tourists” and ensure “vibrant and sustainable” rural communities fit for the 2...

'Museums for tourists': More recognition needed for national park farmers

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30 November 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Crofters in Scotland's most remote communities have received a grant of more than £1m to help build and improve crofts. More than £1 million has no...

Crofters receive £1m grant to build and improve crofts

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29 November 2018 | News,Property News

A farmer's son who “doesn't like cows” will be kicked out of the £1m family farm and banned from inheriting it, court has decided. Clive Shaw, 55, ...

Farmer's son who 'doesn't like cows' loses court battle to inherit £1m farm

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29 November 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Powys County Council has voted not to sell swathes of its 11,300 acre Farming Estate amid budget concerns and will instead maintain it as viable asset...

Farmers relieved as Powys Council rejects plans to sell Farming Estate

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27 November 2018 | News,Property News

Community ownership of land should become a routine option for rural communities across Scotland, according to a new report. Community ownership sh...

Community ownership of land 'should be routine option'

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22 November 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Farmers and rural communities will now have a stronger voice in the management of Scottish Crown Estate assets. Under reforms passed by the Scottis...

Tenants to have stronger voice in Scottish Crown Estate assets

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19 November 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

Erecting and refurbishing farm buildings will be more financially viable now that farmers can benefit from a new allowance announced in the Budget. ...

Buildings allowance to give boost to farm investment

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14 November 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

A new online business hub is set to launch which will allow farmers to set up a connection to go into business with another farmer. The initiative ...

Online hub launched to make farm business connections easier

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12 November 2018 | News,Property News

Rural businesses with let residential property are being urged to prepare for the introduction of new rules requiring them to spend £3,500 per propert...

Rural landlords urged to budget for energy efficiency upgrades

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7 November 2018 | Government,News,Property News

Farmers are calling for urgent action from the Government to make changes to the legislative and fiscal frameworks within which agricultural tenancies...

Farmers call for 'urgent action' to improve agricultural tenancies

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6 November 2018 | News,Property News

Rented homes in the countryside face higher costs and fewer options to meet new requirements of minimum energy efficiency standards, according to the ...

Energy efficiency rules disadvantage rural homes, says CLA

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2 November 2018 | Government,News,Property News

Farmland value in the UK is likely to ride out Brexit uncertainty, according to a new report looking at confidence in the rural sector. Confidence ...

Farmland values 'to ride out' Brexit uncertainty

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24 October 2018 | Education,Machinery and Equipment,News,Products,Property News

A major new £2 million agri-tech centre has received a donation of £150,000, highlighting the growing importance of science in agriculture. Hartpur...

'World-leading' agri-tech centre receives £150,000 donation

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24 October 2018 | Finance,Government,News,Property News,Rural Life

Chancellor Philip Hammond has been urged to use his upcoming Budget to provide a better fiscal framework for farm tenancies. The Tenant Farmers Ass...

Better fiscal framework for farm tenancies needed, TFA says

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23 October 2018 | News,Property News

Local campaigners have launched a petition in a bid to stop the Ministry of Defence from de-registering a vast area of land in Cumbria. The commons...

Petition launched to stop MoD de-registering common land

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23 October 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

A farmer's son who "doesn't like cows" is in the middle of a court battle fighting his own parents for his right to inherit the family farm. Clive ...

Farmer's son who 'doesn't like cows' fights parents over farm inheritance

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22 October 2018 | News,Property News,Renewables and Environment,Rural Life

A call for evidence is inviting views from the public on the future of the UK's National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty for the first t...

Public have say on National Parks for first time in 70 years

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19 October 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

More land has been publicly marketed in England in 2018 than at any point in the past 10 years, according to new figures. Analysis of Strutt & Park...

Farmland volumes in England highest for 10 years

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17 October 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

The Scottish Land Commission has criticised Buccleuch Estates for the way two tenant farmers have been treated. The Scottish Borders tenants, who h...

Scottish Land Commissioner criticises Buccleuch over tenant row

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13 October 2018 | News,Property News,Renewables and Environment

Fracking for shale gas has been given the green light for the first time in the UK since 2011, despite some concern from farmers. Energy firm Cuadr...

Fracking for shale gas given green light in Lancashire

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