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Against a backdrop of changing practices, rising prices and new subsidy regimes it is more important than ever to maintain a good working relationship with your landlord, or tenant.
The Government's policies on agriculture have been changing in recent years, with a shift away from payment for land ownership and food production towards rewarding different types of land management and a wider concept of public good. Much of the mechanics of the new schemes are still to come from Whitehall. When it does, it will start a lot of conversations about land use, ownership and diversification. An open mindset and willingness to engage will enable both landlords and tenants to maximise the benefit from new regimes.
On our latest episode of Experts in the Field from our Farms, Estates and Rural Land team, Matt Brown from Savills joins partner Edward Venmore and Managing Associate Danielle Spalding to discuss some of the points both parties will want to bear in mind. This is a short summary of some pointers from the podcast but do listen for the full discussion.
Between supply issues, price increases and changing subsidies, the relationships with your landlord or tenant are even more key than before. Our podcast Experts in the Field explores some of the areas which typically cause friction and some tried and tested ways of resolving differences, and our Farms, Estates and Rural Land team can provide advice and input on updating agreements or resolving disputes.