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30 November 2012 | Finance,News,Property News

Farm income figures for Wales have shown an average increase of 15% coming from business income across all farm types. "I am encouraged by these fi...

Farm income figures show rise of 15%

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19 November 2012 | Appointments,Finance,News,Property News

Farmers who employ casual labour for their businesses will need to upgrade their systems to cope with new requirements from HMRC that come into force ...

Rural employers 'need to be ready for RTI'

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16 November 2012 | News,Property News,Renewables and Environment

Landowners looking to develop renewables projects on their land must be aware that there could be overage clauses affecting their land. If the lan...

Landowners warned over renewable development payments

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16 November 2012 | News

The uncertain future for farming was compared with the unpredictability of the weather at the Farmers’ Union of Wales’ annual conference held at Abery...

FUW conference addresses 'uncertain' farming future

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6 November 2012 | News,Property News

A small farm located in a rural Shropshire hamlet sold for £500,000 at a public auction on Wednesday evening. Brockton Farm, Brockton, near Much W...

Small farm in Shropshire sells for £500k at auction

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5 November 2012 | Finance,News,Property News,Renewables and Environment

Small-scale renewable energy projects in Scotland, including wind turbines, could be generating £200m worth of power a year, latest estimates suggest....

Renewable energy projects generate £200m a year in Scotland

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24 October 2012 | Finance,News,Property News

The Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is to amend the procedure for assessing Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) and the Green Deal. ...

Energy department to amend assessments for older properties

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18 October 2012 | Finance,News,Property News

Two new reports have highlighted the problems and pressures hill farmers are facing. Studies from the National Farmers Network and Oxfam looked at ...

Reports show hill farmers continue to struggle

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11 October 2012 | News,Property News

Despite the wet summer, farm agencies are reporting a strong and continued interest in the Cotswolds, not only for large areas of commercial farmland ...

Demand grows for Cotswolds land

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2 October 2012 | Agri Safety,News,Property News

Transport Scotland, the National Farmers Union and local authorities have agreed a national code of practice to make better use of farmers’ support th...

Scottish farmers 'to help clear roads' this winter

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24 September 2012 | Grassland,News,Property News

A crackdown is taking place in Kent to tackle an invasion of plant species which are destroying river banks and taking over native vegetation. Gian...

Green invasion destroying Kent’s countryside

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21 September 2012 | Finance,News,Property News

Netherlands has extended close to US$2 million worth of farming inputs to small scale farmers to aid the recovery of the Zimbabwe agricultural sector ...

Netherlands extends $2m to support Zimbabwe small farmers

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12 September 2012 | News,Property News

The Government will today unveil plans to give rural communities more power to the hold the government to account through the use of a "contract" aime...

Defra contract aims to reconnect with countryside

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11 September 2012 | Rural Life,News,Property News

Natural England must stick to Defra’s recommendations when rolling out future coastal access so the problems experienced by landowners in the first ph...

Natural England 'must follow Defra's advice on coastal access'

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6 September 2012 | News,Property News

The CLA said today that the major housing and planning package announced by the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister is “welcome but does not go f...

Planning and housing package 'not enough for rural businesses'

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28 August 2012 | Finance,News,Property News

The Tenant Farmers Association is urging all rural landlords and their agents to take a common sense approach to this autumn's farm rent reviews. ...

Autumn farm rent reviews need 'reality check'

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27 August 2012 | News,Property News

A new briefing and map published by The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) highlights major new threats to England’s Green Belts. The threa...

Government needs to 'honour green belt pledge'

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24 August 2012 | Appointments,News,Property News

The Crown Estate has today announced the appointment of two new portfolio managers for its Rural and Coastal Portfolio. Robin Clarke will become the P...

Crown Estate announces senior appointments

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24 August 2012 | Rural Life,Finance,News,Property News

Institutional investors could fund the building of private housing for rent, a report for the government by Sir Adrian Montague has said. Montague...

Montague Report 'brings focus onto newly built private lets'

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21 August 2012 | News,Property News

The Welsh Government's proposals to enforce new regulations on private landlords in Wales has been criticised by farming unions as "excessive". Th...

Concern at 'excessive' Welsh rent sector proposals

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21 August 2012 | Finance,News,Property News

Around 900 jobs and almost 500 new businesses are expected to be created in Cumbria following a £3.5 million investment in a Rural Growth Network, ann...

£3.5m job scheme announced by Paice

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17 August 2012 | Grassland,Market Reports,News,Property News

Richard Hales, Sumo Grassland Specialist, comments on latest field conditions: What a difference a couple of months make! Many areas have had two o...

Cultivation Update - 17th August 2012

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16 August 2012 | News,Property News

Government proposals to provide trained intermediaries to broker deals between landowners and local authorities to kick-start stalled housing projects...

Landowner and local authority brokerage offer welcomed

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8 August 2012 | News,Property News,Shows and Events

Prospects for the forthcoming grouse shooting season are 'mixed' due to the recent bad weather, according to the UK’s largest shooting organisation, t...

Grouse prospects 'mixed bag' for 2012

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8 August 2012 | News,Property News

The Environmental Stewardship Scheme, which provides funding for farmers and land owners to environmentally manage their land, is set to change from t...

Environmental Stewardship scheme set to change from 2013

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