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18 March 2019 | Finance,Government,News,Property News

As 2018 saw a turbulent and challenging year in the farmland market, rural agency Fisher German looks ahead on what to expect during the rest of 2019....

Farmland values - what to expect during the rest of 2019

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14 March 2019 | Diversification,Finance,Government,News,Property News

British farmers have been encouraged to diversify if they want to avoid the risk of financial difficulty after Brexit, a leading lawyer has said. F...

Farmers told to 'revisit business plans' to avoid difficulties after Brexit

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12 March 2019 | Machinery and Equipment,News,Property News

Farmers could face fines running into thousands of pounds because of confusion over the rules for commercial use of drones. Many farmers are not aw...

Farmers could risk huge fines due to drone law confusion

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8 March 2019 | Crops and Cereals,News,Property News

Acreage for the British wine industry has tripled since 2000 cementing it as one of the fastest-growing agricultural sectors in the UK. Latest figu...

Acreage for British wine industry triples since 2000

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5 March 2019 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Five county farms are looking for new tenants as part of the Cambridgeshire County Council’s re-letting programme. More than 995 acres of the counc...

Five Cambridgeshire county farms need new tenants

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21 February 2019 | News,Property News

Staffordshire County Council's move to sell council-owned farmland will be a 'substantial blow' to new entrants, a farm tenant group has warned. Th...

Staffordshire council's farm sell-off 'blow' to new entrants

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20 February 2019 | Finance,News,Property News

Recently bereaved farmers thinking of applying for probate could be hit by fees of up to £6,000 unless they apply before April, a leading solicitor ha...

Bereaved farmers applying for probate could be hit by £6k fee

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20 February 2019 | Finance,News,Property News,Renewables and Environment

A large proportion of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels are under-performing financially, farmers and landowners have been warned. Solar PV, a technol...

Landowners warned as most solar panels 'underperform' financially

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19 February 2019 | Finance,News,Property News,Rural Life

Staffordshire County Council will sell some of its council-owned farms to generate money to support public services. Up to £20 million could be gen...

Staffordshire council to sell farms to raise money for public services

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14 February 2019 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Plans have been submitted for the re-development of a popular Scottish Borders livestock auction mart. Scottish Borders Council has now received pl...

Plans submitted to re-develop popular Scots Border mart

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13 February 2019 | Agri Safety and Rural Crime,News,Property News

Farmers have been told to take immediate action on asbestos within their premises or risk being fined, following a recent crackdown on poor health and...

Farmers told to take action on asbestos within premises

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13 February 2019 | Finance,News,Property News

Farm landlords must take a 'steady-as-you-go' approach when rent review discussions commence this spring, according to tenant farmers. The Tenant F...

Tenant farmers urge 'sensible' rent review discussions

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6 February 2019 | News,Property News

The Duke of Buccleuch, who oversees 270,000 acres of land across Scotland, is to step down as the estate's chairman. Richard Scott, 10th Duke of Bu...

Duke of Buccleuch steps down as estate chairman

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4 February 2019 | News,Property News

A new guide that sets out practical advice on how land owners can work together to make better – and fairer – decisions about land use in Scotland has...

Guide champions fairer decision making in Scottish land market

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29 January 2019 | Government,News,Property News

MPs have tabled amendments to the Agriculture Bill aimed to ensure tenant farmers are not left out from accessing new scheme after the UK leaves the E...

MPs table amendments to Ag Bill to give more power to tenant farmers

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25 January 2019 | News,Property News

The value of farmland is being supported by strong interest from lifestyle buyers, investors and high net worth individuals, with farmers accounting f...

Non-farming buyers set the pace in English farmland market

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25 January 2019 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Fewer affordable homes are being built in small villages because local authorities are continuing to ignore the potential of developing farmland, acco...

Potential of farmland still ignored in rural housing crisis, says CLA

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23 January 2019 | News,Property News

Tenants are being sought to take on four Norfolk farms as 465 acres of Norfolk County Council’s 16,900-acre County Farms portfolio is available to let...

Tenants sought for four Norfolk County Council farms

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18 January 2019 | News,Property News

A 'highly scenic' productive livestock farm situated above Loch Tay, commanding outstanding views over the loch, has been put on the market. Extend...

'Highly scenic' livestock farm situated by loch enters market

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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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