The Farming and Estates team at Field Seymour Parkes has a wealth of experience in delivering legal solutions for Farmers and Estate Owners.
From the 1st January 2018 you may need to apply for a Water Abstraction licence where such abstraction has previously been exempt.
Gove announces that the Government will not amend the current subsidy payment scheme before the next election date.
FSP are delighted to welcome Hazel Eccles to their real estate team.
Anna Zatouroff, a commercial property senior associate at FSP, outlines the statutory duties for charity trustees before a charity disposes of its property.
James Burgess considers the impact of the recent amendment to the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 for rural communities.
Marcus Francis comments on the use of grazing licences and agreements and highlights some of the pitfalls to be avoided.
Kelsie Essenhigh gives an overview of the two schemes of legislation that apply to tenanted agricultural land, and the features of and differences between the two different types of tenancy.
Mark Banham, a solicitor in our commercial property group, reviews a recent case on developer’s obligations to provide the data used for noise calculations for a wind turbine farm and the use of recommended methodology to calculate noise levels.
This quick guide explores the effect on a farming partnership of the death or retirement of a partner, and discusses the merits of putting in place a partnership agreement.