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19 April 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Rural businesses still face barriers to housing and economic development in the countryside despite the Government’s attempt to make the planning syst...

Barriers to rural development revealed in planning survey

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17 April 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

The administrators of Countrywide Farmers have announced significant interest in approximately twenty of its leasehold stores. The administrators ...

Significant interest in Countrywide Farmers leasehold stores

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17 April 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

Tax relief has become increasingly important in the farming and land-based business sector in the past few years as land values have increased, but th...

'Hold on to your BPR' – farmers warned of pitfalls that could threaten eligibility

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17 April 2018 | Agri Safety,Government,News,Property News

Farmers and landowners are telling Neil Parish MP about their experiences regarding the UK's ever-increasing fly tipping and litter problem that is bl...

'Scourge of the countryside': EFRA holds debate on reducing fly-tipping

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16 April 2018 | Grassland,News,Property News,Sheep

Over 2,000 acres of farmland has become available in Wales for a small fee in what has been described as a "very rare" and "unique" opportunity. Ov...

'Unique' chance to farm 2,000 acres in Wales for small rental fee

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13 April 2018 | News,Property News

Farmers setting up contracting agreements should take care to show that they are still farming as part of a trade or business, following a recent cour...

Take care over farm contracting agreements, warns CAAV

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13 April 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Farmers have been told to beware of an ever-increasing problem when renovating their property - the presence of bats. Most farmers are resigned to ...

Farmers told to beware of bats in farm buildings when renovating

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12 April 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

Changes to Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing Regulations will affect procedures adopted for future farm and land transactions. Spring is the t...

Changes to money laundering laws will affect future farm and land transactions

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10 April 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

The Netherlands is the most expensive country to buy farmland, according to official EU figures by Eurostat. The information comes from a new set o...

Netherlands most expensive country to buy farmland in Europe

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9 April 2018 | Government,News,Property News,Rural Life

Farmers and crofters have welcomed the Scottish government's commitment to examining the modernisation of crofting law to make it transparent, underst...

Scottish government commits to modernising crofting law

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6 April 2018 | News,Property News

Changes to planning laws have come into force today which will give farmers greater scope for converting farm buildings into much needed housing in ru...

New opportunities for barn conversions come into force

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5 April 2018 | News,Property News

Landlords letting out residential or commercial properties in England and Wales must ensure that they meet new energy efficiency standards. Accordi...

Check energy performance now, warns Agricultural Valuers

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29 March 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Farmers are being given the chance to restore their historic farm buildings under a new grant scheme launched by the government. The Historic Build...

Farmers given chance to restore historic farm buildings with new grant

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28 March 2018 | Government,News,Property News

Landlords and tenants should consider reviewing tenancy agreements before Brexit to ensure they remain fit for purpose, according to agricultural and ...

Review farm tenancies before Brexit, advises agricultural valuers

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28 March 2018 | News,Property News

A Cumbrian stock rearing farm with a renovated farmhouse is now available on a five-year Farm Business Tenancy and is said to be ideal for a young per...

Cumbrian farm available on Farm Business Tenancy 'ideal for young person'

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27 March 2018 | News,Property News

A farmer has gained ownership of fourteen acres of land that has become available thanks to the natural process of accretion. The land, located in ...

Lincolnshire farmer gains 14 acres of land due to natural process of accretion

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26 March 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

One of the Lake District’s most iconic farms is up for let for the first time in nearly 60 years. The National Trust’s High Tilberthwaite Farm is a...

National Trust searches for farmers to look after 'iconic' Lake District farm

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21 March 2018 | Forestry,News,Property News

The substantial widening of compulsory purchase powers which hoped to be included in new forestry legislation has been rejected by MSPs in the Scottis...

Widening of compulsory purchase powers for new forestry bill rejected by MSPs

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21 March 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

Farmers interested in developing grid balancing services are advised to act quickly as application fees will be enforced from the 6 April. An incre...

Farmers urged to act quickly as new grid connection fees enforced from April

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21 March 2018 | Government,News,Property News,Rural Life

A group of farming groups have called for the protection and enhancement of farm diversity as a core purpose of the new agriculture bill. The organ...

Groups say 'harmful' concentration of farm ownership needs to be challenged

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18 March 2018 | Government,Market Reports,News,Property News

Nervousness over the outcome of Brexit negotiations may have helped create a shortage of agricultural land coming to market, according to new analysis...

Brexit uncertainty creates shortage of agricultural land coming to market

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16 March 2018 | News,Property News,Rural Life

A survey has been released demonstrating the "overall positive relationships" within the Scottish tenanted farming sector. Published by the Scottis...

Majority of relationships within tenanted farming sector 'positive', survey finds

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15 March 2018 | Housing and Equipment,Property News

Lockerbie based construction and manufacturing specialists Robinsons, have launched a new Architectural division as the family run business continues ...

Robinsons launch a new architectural division amid plans for further expansion

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15 March 2018 | Finance,News,Property News

A farmer's daughter has been awarded £1.17m in inheritance following the death of her father after a High Court ruling favoured her case instead of he...

Farmer's daughter wins £1.2m farm inheritance despite mother contesting the claim

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14 March 2018 | Agri Safety,News,Property News

A spike in spring fires has led an insurer to warn rural homeowners to check their chimneys are safe and swept. New claims data from the rural insu...

Rural homeowners urged to check chimneys amid spike in fires

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