• News & Updates
  • Understanding rights of way and restrictive covenants

    Acquiring land and property often raises the complex questions relating to rights of way and restrictive covenants. Julie Liddle casts some light on the issues.

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  • Could results based payment benefit farmers and the environment?

    Rewarding farmers for environmental work is the subject of an interesting pilot project. James Pyrah assesses its merits.

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  • 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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  • Brexit shadows bring interesting times for professional farmers

    While more details are coming forward about what the farming sector might look like post Brexit, much uncertainty remains. Director John Robson offers his thoughts on the opportunities and threats for professional farmers.

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  • Eden District Council makes call for sites

    Eden District Council is encouraging landowners to come forward with sites they may wish to promote for future housing and employment developments.

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  • A guide to woodland and forestry grant funding

    Robson & Liddle’s James Pyrah explains the grant funding available through forestry and woodland management schemes.

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  • A guide to selling or letting a farm at its best

    The key to a successful farm sale or letting is to ensure it looks its best when people come to view it. Julie Liddle, director of Robson and Liddle, outlines a checklist for successful farm viewings.

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  • Aspiring surveyor Tomos returns to Robson & Liddle

    Robson & Liddle has welcomed back one of its former student surveyors, this time with a permanent position.

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  • Jessica becomes our latest student surveyor

    Robson & Liddle has recruited Jessica Heywood as its latest student surveyor. Jessica will be assist the team in its work with farmers and landowners across the North of England and Southern Scotland.

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