Robson & Liddle is an independent firm of chartered surveyors set in the heart of the Eden Valley.

Established in 2015, the firm is owned and led by John Robson and Julie Liddle, highly regarded rural property advisers in the region.

With a growing team and totalling over 75 years’ combined experience in estate management, agricultural valuations, land agency, compensation and rural professional work.

Our knowledge, expertise and approach has made us a partner of choice for land and estate owners, rural property owners, farmers and their other professional advisers.

  • Who we advise
    We work with owner occupiers, landlords and tenants,
    estate owners, and statutory authorities.
  • What we do
    We provide professional advice and valuation expertise
    on all property related matters.
  • Our process
    We work alongside you and your other professional advisers to deliver
    a fully integrated service resulting in the right advice at the right time.

Latest news and updates

  • Dissolving a farming partnership – Getting the right valuation

    There are many instances that may lead to the need to dissolve a farming partnership. John Robson looks at the key issues and resulting consideration of valuing the business and its assets.

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  • The benefits of registering your land

    Those who have had unregistered land in the family for generations may wonder what the point is of registering it, but potential problems can crop up in future, especially if you decide to sell. Julie Liddle looks at the key issues.

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  • Glamping on the farm - Is it your next diversification strategy?

    More and more farmers are setting up so-called ‘glamping’ sites, but overcoming planning issues is essential to success. Rural chartered surveyor Julie Liddle discusses what must be done.

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  • How should farmers deal with new telecoms laws?

    Confusion over the government’s new Digital Economy Act has been clarified. But farmers could still lose out financially unless they get to grips with the new system. Julie Liddle explains why.

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