• News & Updates
  • 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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  • Ploughing ahead and looking to the future – Robson & Liddle recruit specialist Farm Business Consultant

    Andrew Jamieson joins Robson & Liddle as a Farm Business Consultant

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  • Covid-19 Update

    Like many businesses throughout the UK, we are closely monitoring the Covid-19 outbreak and following the advice provided by Government.

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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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  • Edward latest student to join Penrith chartered surveyors

    Edward has joined Robson & Liddle to assist with its work advising farmers and landowners across the North of England and Southern Scotland.

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  • Top tips for timber and woodland management

    Thinning woodlands is best management practice as it maximises timber growth and income. James Pyrah discusses the benefits.

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  • Tomos surveys a bright future at Robson & Liddle

    Tomos Davies has qualified as a Chartered Surveyor and Registered Valuer after passing his professional RICS exams.

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  • Julie takes up Rural Property Committee appointment

    Our Julie Liddle has been appointed to a prestigious committee for agriculture and countryside issues.

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  • How to make a sporting diversification work for your farming business

    Whether it’s fishing rights, deer stalking opportunities or the chance of a fully driven shoot on your land there are benefits to leasing your land for sporting purposes. Tomos Davies discusses some of the main considerations.

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  • 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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