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20 September 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

An investigation has found that HS2 Ltd has only completed half of advance payments to affected landowners within the required three months. HS2 pr...

HS2 completes just half of advance payments to affected landowners

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19 September 2018 | Government,News,Property News

The tenant farming sector has demanded the Government moves quickly to rectify its "failure" in addressing changes to the legislative framework for ag...

Government urged to rectify issues in tenant farming sector

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18 September 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

Proposed changes to the way the Government captures the increase in the value of land when it receives planning permission would fail to deliver addit...

Land value capture reform 'wrong way' to solve housing crisis

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17 September 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

Tenant farmers have been encouraged to take "urgent advice" about serving rent review notices to provide a safety valve in the event of a difficult po...

Farm tenants told to consider 'rent review safety valve'

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14 September 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

Administrators have been appointed at a farming business which is behind a well-known Cheshire attraction, placing more than 100 jobs at risk. Buye...

Award winning family farm appoint administrators to save business

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13 September 2018 | News,Property News

A substantial rural property company known as Strutt & Parker (Farms) Ltd has been brought to the open market for the first time in its 100 year histo...

Substantial farming business on market for first time in its 100 year history

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31 August 2018 | News,Property News

Tenant farmers in Scotland have been urged to make use of the 'waygo' amnesty to notify landlords of any potential improvements needed. The amnesty...

'Once it's gone, it's gone': Scottish tenants urged to use 'waygo' amnesty

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29 August 2018 | News,Property News

A warning has been issued to farming families on how they should take measures to avoid a costly inheritance battle by making a will. It follows a ...

Solicitors warn 'promises are not enough' regarding farm inheritance

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Sustainable energy experts have advised that there are still opportunities for farmers looking to diversify in order to "transform" their income. A...

Renewable energy projects can 'transform' farmers' income

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28 August 2018 | Government,News,Property News

Defra Secretary Michael Gove has been reminded by farmers not to forget farm tenants as he puts the final touches to the forthcoming Agriculture Bill....

Defra told not to forget farm tenants as Agriculture Bill looms

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28 August 2018 | News,Property News

Two large estates in Scotland are set to merge operations to create a single estate identity, its owner has said. Buccleuch Estate, which owns more...

Two Scottish estates to form single entity following merge

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28 August 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

A young couple who started their farming careers five years ago by crowdfunding are one step closer to getting their first farm. The new tenants of...

'Dream come true': Young couple one step closer to getting their first farm

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17 August 2018 | News,Poultry,Property News

A Yorkshire council has rejected plans for a new 114,000 bird-capacity farm. City of York Council rejected plans for a the poultry farm in Rufforth...

York council rejects plans for new 114,000 capacity poultry farm

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14 August 2018 | Dairy,News,Property News,Renewables and Environment

The government's new plan on tackling pollution must not be "rushed" as this could lead to a negative impact on food production. The Tenant Farmers...

It’s too soon for pollution legislation on farms, tenant group says

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14 August 2018 | News,Property News

Farm tenants have been urged to look carefully at all clauses within new Farm Business Tenancy Agreements to avoid being tied to "unreasonable or cost...

'Lazy and dangerous' tenancy terms prompts warning to tenant farmers

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14 August 2018 | Government,News,Property News

The rural property market is proving "increasingly resilient" to Brexit uncertainty, with figures showing a renewed momentum to farmland activity. ...

'Renewed momentum' in rural property market despite Brexit uncertainty

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13 August 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

The UK government has been urged to adopt a key change in Irish tax law to encourage the letting of land and boost agricultural productivity. Accor...

UK urged to adopt Irish tax law which boosts farmland letting market

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6 August 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

New proposals to apply a strike off procedure to agricultural limited partnerships who do not comply with annual confirmation statement requirements h...

Farming union voices concern over limited partnership proposals

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3 August 2018 | News,Property News

A new report has indicated the UK’s Rural Property investment delivered a total return of 12.33% in 2017, despite a weaker asset price growth. The ...

Rural property investments delivered 12.33% return in 2017

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3 August 2018 | Dairy,News,Property News

Scottish dairy company Graham's has lodged an appeal to overturn the decision by Scottish Ministers last month to refuse planning permission to build ...

Graham's The Family Dairy lodges appeal against rejection of redevelopment project

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27 July 2018 | News,Property News

An "excellent" mixed arable and livestock farm situated in a "beautiful" location in the heart of Scotland is now up on the market. Wester Forret F...

'Excellent' mixed farm located in 'beautiful' Fife location on market

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24 July 2018 | News,Property News

A "rare" piece of land used for sheep grazing combined with it being the location of an ancient monument has come onto the market. The 37-acre site...

'Unique' land for sale used for sheep grazing and features ancient monument

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20 July 2018 | News,Property News

A coastal farm "with a difference" that has access to its own golden-sanded beach is now on the market. Kinloch, at one time one of the principal f...

Coastal farm that has access to its own golden beach up for sale

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20 July 2018 | News,Property News

New figures show that rural landlords are failing to provide adequate security to farm tenants taking on new Farm Business Tenancy agreements. Figu...

Short-term nature of agricultural tenancies has 'held back progression'

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19 July 2018 | News,Property News

Buccleuch Estates acted in compliance with the law following allegations of bullying, a report by the Scottish Tenant Farming Commissioner concludes. ...

Buccleuch Estates did not bully tenant farmers, report concludes

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