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  • Creating a Residential Tenancy – Getting the paperwork right!

    When creating an Assured Shorthold Tenancy it is imperative that all of the paperwork is in order to avoid creating a tenancy with greater security of tenure than intended.

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  • Good Housekeeping – but not just for the House

    Useful information to highlight a few issues that regularly pop up but really are no more than good housekeeping which can be done at any time.

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  • Making Advances Now In Challenging Times

    What will a farming business look like in 2030? ….. a thought provoking question! Will our farming enterprises be more diverse? The answer is yes without a shadow of a doubt.

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  • Providing Access to Utility Companies – What to do….

    We all know that Government are looking to kickstart the economy, in part, by building and developing. The infrastructure necessary for this to happen is something you, as a landowner or occupier, need to be aware of.

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  • Agriculture Act 2020 – A New Beginning?

    After almost a year in the making the Agriculture Bill was finally enacted on 11th November 2020, now entitled the Agriculture Act 2020, and comes into full force on the 11th January 2021. This marks a significant milestone in agricultural policy.

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  • Agriculture – Changing Times Ahead

    We are approaching the end of that temporary increase period in Annual Investment Allowance which will reduce from its current level of £1million on the 31st December 2020.

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  • A New Twist on Environmental Benefits

    With woodland creation high on the Government’s agenda there has never been a better time to start planting trees.

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  • Notice Period for Residential Tenancies Extended

    It is now a requirement for most residential landlords in England to give a six month notice period to terminate an Assured Shorthold Tenancy, Assured Tenancy, or a Rent Act Tenancy

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  • Be careful what you promise!

    Making a promise to someone sounds simple doesn’t it… it is, unless it relates to property.

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  • New Electrical Safety Standards

    New regulations come into effect on the 1st July 2020 in England to add to the ever-extending list of compulsory obligations for residential landlords.

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  • Mid-Tier Stewardship - Front load your efforts to maximise return

    With a large proportion of Cumbria in some form of Countryside Stewardship Mid-Tier (CSS) priority area, now is the time that farmers should look to maximise the opportunities.

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  • The Agriculture Bill 2019-20: what do we know?

    Brexit has weighed on confidence for all UK businesses over the past three and a half years but farmers have endured added uncertainty.

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