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14 June 2018 | Dairy,News,Property News

Scottish dairy company Graham's is calling on the government to approve its planning application to build a £40m processing facility and 600 new homes...

Dairy company Graham's seeks government approval of controversial project

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7 June 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

The legacy of a young dairy farmer who died in tragic circumstances last year is set to live on as his father seeks a new entrant to farm the holding....

Farmer looks for new entrant to replace son who tragically died

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4 June 2018 | News,Property News,Renewables and Environment

Norfolk farmers affected by the controversial development of Vattenfall's offshore wind farms are urgently seeking legal advice as heads of terms comm...

Heads of terms issued to farmers affected by construction of Norfolk wind farms

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31 May 2018 | News,Property News

Investors in UK rural land are better off adopting the Moomin philosophy than following in the footsteps of Trump International, according to latest r...

Don't follow in footsteps of Trump when investing in UK rural land, research shows

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30 May 2018 | Finance,News,Property News,Rural Life

Farmers and land managers have just one month to apply for the first round of funding to restore historic farm buildings on their land. Defra has b...

One month left to apply for historic farm building fund

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30 May 2018 | Government,News,Property News

Rural businesses in Scotland have been told to "grab the steering wheel" and make "daring and innovative" investment decisions. Failure to adapt to...

Scottish rural businesses told to make 'daring' investment decisions

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29 May 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Farmers and landowners have urged the government to put boosting economic growth and productivity in designated landscapes like National Parks. Def...

National Parks can fuel rural economic growth, says CLA

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29 May 2018 | News,Property News,Renewables and Environment

A ‘hidden’ population of off-mains water users, the majority of whom are in rural areas, are in line for better regulated supplies following the intro...

New private water regime to provide quality assurance for tenants

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25 May 2018 | News,Property News

An "exceptional" mixed arable farm has just been launched on the market in Shropshire, with the estate agent expecting a great deal of interest as lan...

'Exceptional' Shropshire farm launched to market with £1.59m price tag

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24 May 2018 | News,Property News

A strong pipeline of assets will be coming to the market following a stall in sales due to adverse weather conditions, according to property consultan...

High volume of farmland set to come to market, new data shows

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18 May 2018 | News,Property News

The values of diversified rural estates are proving resilient in comparison to the wider agricultural land market, despite Brexit uncertainty. Now ...

Estate diversification key to resilience amid market uncertainty

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17 May 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

A new report has been released examining reforms needed to increase the amount of agricultural land available to new entrants in Scotland. The repo...

Reform needed to increase land available to new entrants, report says

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17 May 2018 | News,Property News

A livestock farm situated on the banks of Loch Tay with over 91 acres of land has been put up for sale in Stirlingshire. Rynachulaig Farm, on sale ...

91 acre livestock farm with views of Loch Tay on sale for £470,000

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17 May 2018 | News,Products,Property News

The administrators of Countrywide Farmers have confirmed that they have sold 14 of the farming and equestrian retailer’s former stores, safeguarding a...

Countrywide Farmers saves 14 stores but over 200 people made redundant

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11 May 2018 | News,Property News

Landowners and farmers are being offered less than £5 a year to have a radio mast built on their land, highlighting the major difference to previous l...

Caution urged as landowners offered ‘less than a fiver’ for radio mast sites

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11 May 2018 | Government,News,Property News,Rural Life

The government has been criticised for failing to reflect the opportunities the countryside holds and that current planning policy is holding back the...

Government criticised for failing to highlight opportunities in rural areas

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10 May 2018 | Government,News,Property News

The Welsh government has refused to rule out a proposal that could see agricultural land taken away from farmers for a fraction of its real value. ...

Welsh Government refuse to rule out Labour's 'land grab' plans

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2 May 2018 | Market Reports,News,Property News

The number of farms publicly marked in England during the first three months of the year fell, with poor weather delaying some launches and others cho...

Slow start to the year for English farmland market but prices steady

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2 May 2018 | Finance,News,NFU,Property News,Rural Life

The NFU has secured a number of "crucial victories" for its members affected by Phase 2a of HS2, including interim payments for temporary possession o...

NFU secures 'crucial victories' for farmers affected by HS2

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30 April 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Farmers in Northern Ireland have spoken of their concerns surrounding the number of unregistered or abandoned horses grazing on farmland. There are...

Farmers demand action as level of abandoned horses on land rises

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26 April 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

Farmers and landowners are being advised to ensure the correct insurance cover is in place when converting agricultural buildings into residential hom...

New agricultural property law highlights need to get insurance right

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26 April 2018 | News,Property News

Farmers and rural landowners have welcomed a new government policy to increase the building of more affordable homes in the countryside. Entry Leve...

New policy seeks to increase affordable homes built in countryside

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24 April 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

The Scottish Land Commission has called for a new framework to open up the farm letting sector again and promote farming as a viable option for the ne...

Report looks at opening up farm letting sector for next generation

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24 April 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

A farmer’s will has been overturned and his 79-year-old cohabiting partner of 42 years was awarded a share of the £1.5m estate in a recent ruling. ...

Farmer's will overturned as cohabiting partner of 42 years wins share of £1.5m farm

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22 April 2018 | Finance,News,Property News,Rural Life

Rent rises are predominantly static at the moment in the face of Brexit uncertainty, says the Tenant Farmers Association (TFA). James Gray, TFA nat...

Farm rents static in face of Brexit uncertainty

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