• News & Updates
  • What will minimum energy efficiency standards mean for landlords?

    Landlords of all forms of let property have just over a year to ensure the buildings they lease meet minimum energy efficiency standards. Rural property adviser Julie Liddle explains what action needs to be taken.

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  • Valuing land with access to the grid

    Landowners often approach us with queries about how to maximise the value of their land. Many are realising the potential of leasing to energy companies. Julie Liddle looks at the issues.

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  • What will Autumn Statement 2016 bring for farmers?

    Julie Liddle looks ahead to the autumn statement on November 23 and outlines some of the key areas where farmers will be hoping for the chancellor to act to support the sector.

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  • Where are rural land prices heading in 2017 and beyond?

    Rural land values are likely to be hit by the Brexit uncertainty. However, longer term prosperity could be in store for UK farmers. Julie Liddle examines the UK picture.

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  • Changing a wayleave on farmland – what are my rights?

    Many landowners will be familiar with the term ‘wayleave’ if they have utility apparatus crossing their land. But what does mean in practical terms? Julie Liddle looks at the issues involved.

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  • Protecting public footpaths on your farm

    Many farmers come across the issue of protecting public rights of way, and the need to balance this protection with their ability to run a profitable business. Julie Liddle looks at the issues.

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  • What goes in a farming partnership agreement?

    Many farming businesses are operated as partnerships, but many do not have a formal written farming partnership agreement. Julie Liddle explains why signing on the dotted line can have far reaching positive consequences.

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  • Kate is latest recruit for Penrith chartered surveyors

    Kate Spottiswood has joined Robson & Liddle as its latest student surveyor, becoming the firm's second recruit in two months.

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  • Does share farming hold the key to succession?

    Farmers approaching retirement are increasingly concerned about succession issues, while new entrants struggle to start up a business. Julie Liddle explains why share farming is a solution worth looking at.

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  • What are the early implications of Brexit for farmers?

    No industry has more at stake following the Brexit vote than agriculture. Julie Liddle at Robson & Liddle discusses some of the most immediate questions.

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  • Farmer’s daughter Ann joins Penrith surveyors

    Robson & Liddle is delighted to welcome Ann Tyson to the team. Ann has been appointed as a PA to directors John Robson and Julie Liddle.

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  • Selling agricultural land for housing development

    The housing shortage means developers will pay good money for suitable farm land, while government policy is enabling more planning refusals to be overturned on appeal. Julie Liddle outlines the options for farmers selling agricultural land for housing.

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