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For this episode our in-house experts are joined by Matt Brown from Savills as they provide some useful insights into what makes a good landlord and tenant relationship in regard to agricultural land and tenancies.
Date Wednesday, 20 July 2022
The Farms, Estates and Rural Land team at Foot Anstey bring you the latest episode of our podcast series delving into insights and practical advice on important issues for agriculture and rural business.
This episode considers the Landlord and Tenant relationship in regard to agricultural land and tenancies. Our experts discuss how to maintain a good relationship, common areas in which disputes may arise and clauses in a written tenancy that are subject to the most negotiation at the outset. The discussion also considers the changes in the subsidy regime.
Our in-house experts provide some useful insights into what makes a good landlord and tenant relationship, with a common theme being good communication. The experts then discuss common issues which arise, such as the lack of a written tenancy agreement, repairs not being done and non-payment of rent.
Matt Brown from Savills joins us to share his insights on the changes to the subsidy regime and the reactions he is seeing from landlords and tenants.
Access all the previous episodes our podcast via our dedicated Experts in the Field podcast page.