• Welcome to
    Robson and Liddle
  • Specialists advisers and land agents to farmers, agricultural land and property owners
  • We are trusted partners to
    banking, legal, accountancy and financial professionals.

Robson & Liddle is an independent firm of chartered surveyors, land and property advisers set in the heart of Cumbria.

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

Our specialist team has decades of combined experience in estate management, valuations, land agency, compensation and professional work.

Our knowledge, expertise and approach has made us a partner of choice for land and estate owners, rural property owners, farmers, developers and financial & legal professional advisers.

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  • 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

  • Eviction law changes could hit rural landlords hard

    Rural landlords in particular could suffer from major legal reforms on removing tenants. John Robson examines the main issues.

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  • Farming business structures: Is contract farming the right option for you?

    Older landowners looking to step back from their farming business are increasingly turning to contract farming. Tomos Davies explains the pros and cons.

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  • How farmers can raise finance from the Countryside Stewardship scheme

    Farmers, woodland owners, foresters and land managers looking to make environmental improvements may find the government’s Countryside Stewardship (CS) scheme beneficial, especially in helping bridge the funding gap once basic payments start to decrease. Tomos Davies looks at what is on offer.

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  • Agricultural tenancy succession: What you need to know

    Tenant farmers have legal succession rights that mean their children and grandchild can potentially take up their tenancies. John Robson discusses the main considerations.

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