• 23 April 2018

    King West

    Why are Contract Farming Agreements so popular?

    Contract Farming Agreements have remained a popular vehicle for owners of arable land to manage that land. They are similarly popular with farmers, but why?

  • 23 March 2018

    King West

    Government announce changes to permitted development rights

    Communities and Local Government are making changes to permitted development rights for agricultural buildings. These changes, due to come into force from the 6th April 2018, are hoped to give Rural communities more opportunity to convert agricultural buildings into homes and therefore to better meet local housing needs.

  • 22 February 2018

    King West

    What is Strategic Land?

    Strategic land is usually greenfield in nature and located on the edge or close to existing settlements, especially those sustainable towns and villages with good transport links and local facilities. Usually, such land doesn’t have planning permission but has the potential in the medium to long-term, to achieve planning permission.

  • 29 January 2018

    King West

    Common Agricultural Policy Uncertainty Post-Brexit: Is Farm Diversification the Answer?

    Since the EU referendum and subsequent announcement that the UK would be leaving the European Union, farmers have been concerned for how their subsidies will be affected in the future. The UK will soon no longer form part of the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), which provides subsidies to many of Britain’s farmers. Could diversification be the answer?

  • 12 January 2018

    King West

    A Commentary on the Country House Market

    Stephen King shares a commentary on the Country House market and the positive attitude toward the growth of the East Midlands economy.

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