autumn statement 2016 farming

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.

share farming

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.

farming brexit

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

energy storage on the farm

There is widespread belief among renewables industry experts that this is a pivotal year for energy storage. Julie Liddle assesses how farmers may take advantage.

uccession planning for farmers

Succession planning is an especially sensitive, but utterly vital issue for farmers. John Robson, a director of Robson & Liddle, discusses some of the main considerations.

agricultural workers dwelling

Building a new home in the country means satisfying a series of stringent planning conditions. Julie Liddle, a director of Robson & Liddle, looks at how it may be possible under rules on agricultural workers’ dwellings.

brexit UK farming

Perhaps no sector of the UK economy has as much at stake in the EU referendum than agriculture. Julie Liddle discusses some of the main issues surrounding the Brexit debate.

mining minerals on farm

Locating underground mineral deposits can unlock hidden value as farms look to diversify. Julie Liddle explains more about what’s involved.

A new year brings a great opportunity to take a step back from the business. Julie Liddle lists six ‘new year’s resolutions’ farmers can make to make 2016 a productive one.

Julie Liddle, a director of Robson & Liddle, explains how changes announced in the Autumn Statement 2015 will impact on farmers and landowners.