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21 June 2017 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Farmers have been advised to be aware of illegal waste operators who are targeting rural properties. Natural Resources Wales (NRW) said a number of...

Farmers being duped by illegal waste operators

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21 June 2017 | Agri Safety,News,Property News

Police have said a body of a man has been discovered on a Mid Sussex farm. A farm worker discovered the remains in wooded area on farmland off the ...

Farm worker finds man's body on Mid Sussex farm

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20 June 2017 | Government,News,Property News,Rural Life

The Government is being urged to use tomorrow's Queen’s Speech to help unlock land for new affordable homes in the countryside. The Queen’s Speech,...

Unlock new land and empower rural communities, group urges government

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20 June 2017 | Finance,News,Property News

Landowners who sell surplus cottages face paying up to 28% Capital Gains Tax (CTG) – but they could slash this by investing the profits into an Enterp...

Use 'Enterprise Investment Scheme' to slash tax on sale of farm cottages, experts advise

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19 June 2017 | News,Property News

A 'significant' heritage site consisting of 508 acres of prime farmland with a price tag of £4.8 million has been put on the market by Carter Jonas. ...

Significant heritage site for sale - 508 acres of farmland with a price tag of £4.8m

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14 June 2017 | News,Property News

An 'extensive and outstanding' Norfolk farm with a guide price of £11m is attracting international interest, property agents have said. Weasenham a...

£11m 'outstanding' Norfolk farm sale attracting international interest

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A Cambridgeshire farmer who poured slurry on land to stop it being used by illegal ravers has said he was forced to act after police 'stood around and...

Farmer forced to pour slurry on field to stop illegal ravers 'furious with police'

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8 June 2017 | News,Property News

A farmer who made nearly half a million pounds running an illegal waste tip on a family farm has been ordered to pay more than £225,000 or face a leng...

Swansea farmer ordered to pay fine for earning £400k running illegal waste ground

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8 June 2017 | News,Poultry,Property News,Rural Life

Local residents in a small Cornish village have branded plans to create a huge free-range egg farm nearby as 'monstrous'. The farm, which will hous...

Local residents object to 112,000 capacity egg farm in Cornwall

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7 June 2017 | Finance,Government,News,Property News,Rural Life

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron warned Prime Minister Theresa May's 'dementia tax' could threaten the future of the family farm. After a visit t...

'Dementia tax' threatens future of UK family farms, says Farron

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6 June 2017 | Crops and Cereals,News,Property News

A new £25m state-of-the-art rapeseed processing plant will be built in Warwickshire, creating in excess of thirty jobs. The new facility, to be bui...

New £25m rapeseed processing plant to be built in Warwickshire

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The National Farmers' Union has warned that by imposing land tax on agricultural land Labour 'would simply increase the cost of UK food production wit...

Labour's land tax 'would increase cost of food in UK', says NFU

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2 June 2017 | Government,News,Property News,Rural Life

The concerns of agricultural tenants over the continuing devolution of the Crown Estate was highlighted in a one-to-one meeting with cabinet secretary...

Devolution of Crown Estate creates worry for Scotland's tenant farmers

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2 June 2017 | Finance,Government,News,Property News,Rural Life

Rural landowners are being urged to put Brexit fears aside and see today’s climate as a clear opportunity for investment in rural business growth, cla...

Rural landowners urged to 'capitalise on unique conditions facing rural estates'

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2 June 2017 | Dairy,News,Property News

A dairy farm family have said they will do what they can to continue after Isle of Wight councillors approved plans to develop 80 homes on part of the...

Dairy farm family disappointed over council ruling to build 80 homes

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2 June 2017 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Property developers stockpiling real estate should be fined by the government in order to promote housebuilding in the countryside, farming campaigner...

Fine developers for stockpiling land, says farm group

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1 June 2017 | News,Property News,Rural Life,Shows and Events

Farms across the UK will be opening their gates to the public and hosting open days on Sunday 11 June to showcase what is involved in farming and the ...

Farms to open gates to public to showcase 'behind the scenes' on Open Farm Sunday

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31 May 2017 | Finance,Government,News,Property News,Rural Life

Landowners including the Queen could lose up to £1 million a year under plans to slash farming subsidies for wealthier farmers after Britain leaves th...

Eustice: Queen and wealthy landowners could lose £1m in subsidies after Brexit

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Millions of pounds worth of funding given to English farmers from the EU to help protect nature and wildlife could be lost after Brexit, environmental...

Environmental funding for local farmers 'at risk' after Brexit

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26 May 2017 | Finance,Government,News,Property News

Leaving the European Union could see the end of the small family farm 'as we know it' in Northern Ireland, Sinn Fein have warned. The prospect of t...

Leaving EU would spell end of the family farm in Northern Ireland, warns Sinn Fein

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A social enterprise farm from Cheshire that offers sustainable jobs for the long-term unemployed has been given an 'unexpected' £25,000 donation by th...

Community farm in Cheshire given 'unexpected' £25k donation from Freemasons

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Poultry chairman of the Ulster Farmers' Union Tom Forgrave is among a number of claimants who received more than £750,000 from a 'botched green energy...

Farmers' union chairman among others to claim over £750,000 from RHI scheme

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24 May 2017 | Finance,News,Property News

Two arable farms producing an existing income of £87,146 per annum have come to the market through Savills in Lincoln. Bishops & Trader Bridge Farm...

1,000 acres of Lincolnshire farmland put up for sale for £5m

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23 May 2017 | News,Property News,Rural Life

The Court of Appeal has said an Essex hunt has to pay 'substantial damages' and legal costs for evicting a farmer from land near Burnham-on-Crouch. ...

Essex hunt to pay 'substantial damages' after evicting tenant farmer

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22 May 2017 | Agri Safety,News,Property News,Rural Life

North Yorkshire Police and local Rural Watch volunteers took part in a multi-force operation in a bid to tackle travelling criminals operating between...

North Yorkshire police in overnight 'crackdown' on rural criminals

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