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

  • Is Brexit uncertainty putting Countryside Stewardship under threat?

    The agri-environment sector is concerned that it may be disadvantaged when the present Countryside Stewardship system is replaced by a better, post-Brexit scheme. Julie Liddle explores the issues.

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  • Changes to farming grant schemes explained

    Applications are now open for the Countryside Stewardship mid-tier and hedgerow and boundary scheme. James Pyrah sheds some light on potential benefits for farmers.

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  • What are the proposed changes to farm funding post-Brexit?

    Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Secretary, Michael Gove, has spelled out how farming subsidies will be handled after Brexit – although crucial questions remain. Julie Liddle examines the salient issues.

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  • A guide to ‘permitted development rights’ on the farm

    Permitted development rights allow you to carry out specific types of work without making a full planning application – but this does not mean you can do whatever you choose. Julie Liddle explains.

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