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  • New system means farmers must plough their own furrow

    The government’s Agriculture Bill heralds sweeping changes for farmers, which are causing concern in some quarters. Julie Liddle discusses the implications

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  • Planning policy changes produce mixed reaction

    The revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) is pivotal to the government’s efforts to tackle the ’broken housing market’. Julie Liddle runs the rule over some of the key changes

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  • Succession: How to keep your farm in your family

    When farmers retire, the future of the business that has often been their life’s work can become uncertain. John Robson examines common succession scenarios – and suggests some solutions

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  • Farmers may struggle to cope with digital VAT changes

    Serious concerns have been raised about how farming businesses will cope with the mandatory digitalisation of VAT returns. John Robson explores the issues.

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  • Robert takes up key role at Robson & Liddle

    Robson & Liddle has appointed agriculture and construction expert Robert Morris-Eyton as a consultant chartered surveyor.

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  • Succession planning: Time waits for no man

    Succession planning is especially sensitive, but a vital issue for farmers. John Robson, a director at Robson & Liddle Chartered Surveyors, discusses how to get started.

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  • Using drones to survey and value farmland

    Cutting-edge drone technology is increasingly being used to survey and value farmland for both maintenance and marketing purposes. John Robson discusses some of these new developments

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  • Robson & Liddle appoint Clara

    Robson & Liddle has taken on student surveyor, Clara Levitt, while planning for its future.

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  • What you need to know about farm diversification

    With subsidies reducing and land prices falling, many farmers are looking to implement a diversification strategy as an extra income stream. John Robson, director, explores some of the key issues you need to consider

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  • The benefits of bringing unmanaged woodland into use

    Woodland is an important contributor to the rural economy. James Pyrah discusses the opportunities for landowners to open up fresh income streams by utilising unmanaged woodland

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  • Farmers and landowners to play a crucial role in delivering Clean Air Strategy

    The government wants to tackle agricultural pollutants such as ammonia by requiring farmers to invest in infrastructure and equipment to cut emissions. John Robson discusses the issues

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  • ‘BEE’ on your toes - What could the ban on neonics mean for you?

    The EU’s blanket ban on neonicotinoids in all open fields has major implications for UK farmers. Julie Liddle evaluates what is undoubtedly a difficult situation

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