The Highlands used to be about grouse shooting and fishing. Now carbon offset and green energy are the thing.
A no-deal Brexit could cost the farming industry £850m a year in lost profits, new research seen by the BBC suggests.
Big Highland estates turn away from driven shooting in the name of rewilding
The most important part of preparing land and property for sale is ensuring everything a potential buyer wants to know is legally documented and presented clearly, say agents.
Why the industry must be an active force in driving change
Theft of farm vehicles and livestock soars, costing UK £50m last year, insurer finds
Farms are peculiar assets. Returns are undeniable – but inaccessible. And subsidies, it seems, only make things worse.
The number of acres to hit the farmland market in Great Britain so far this year marks the lowest first half supply since the foot-and-mouth crisis of 2001, according to a review by Savills.
A pioneering draft guidance for the measurement of land has been published, which if accepted will have far reaching implications for development surveyors, planners and architects across the world.
Bare agricultural land or smaller blocks of pasture that offer flexibility are selling well in Scotland in the first half of 2019, while hill land with forestry planting potential underpins the market.
Land values have remained stable and demand is still outstripping supply, say agents.
Activity in the farm land market in the UK is at a low point as Brexit has led to owners outing of releasing land for sale, according to a new analysis of the sector.
Britain is facing the highest risk of a recession since the financial crisis and needs urgent plans to combat the next downturn, according to an alarming assessment of the nation’s economic health.
Farmers are at risk of legal action from their local authority if they fail to secure the correct planning permission for building on their land.
The average value of bare agricultural land in England and Wales rose by 0.7% in the second quarter of the year to £7,030, reducing the decline over the past 12 months to just 2%.
CBI warns uncertainty is crippling UK economy with country at risk of lagging behind G7 competitors
Tory leadership contender Jeremy Hunt is to outline his plans for a no-deal Brexit later, including a £6bn pledge to the fishing and farming industries and help for small businesses.
Farmers will find it easier to protect inheritance tax reliefs if they first register all land with the Land Registry to establish who owns what within a partnership.
A mix of land, property and woodland is set to go under the hammer in two upcoming summer auctions.
Tenancy opportunities do not come to market with great frequency, so these five farms will interest those on the lookout.
Average farmland prices have held steady in the second quarter of 2019, at just under £7,000 per acre, some 5% lower than five years ago but still 50% higher than in 2009, the latest index shows.
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