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Our Services : Rural Land & Business

Farms & Estate Management
Rural Business Management
Rural Valuations
Farm Finance
Why Carter Jonas?
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The Longer View
Permitted development rights
Is now is the time to cash in on your renewable energy investment?
Estate Diversification Bolsters Rural Estate Portfolio Performance
How can farmers and landowners work their capital to drive future growth and profit?
Farmland Values Dip As Rural Activity Plateaus in First Quarter
General Election 2017
Keeping the heat out of employee relations
The impact of the new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) on rural properties
Neighbourhood Planning Act – Top 3 Changes
How we can support the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE)
Reflections on the Spring Budget
Rural business refinancing – understanding the solutions available
SDLT Concessions on Rural Arbitrage
Small Dairy Farmers Scheme – One Week Left to Register
What will the snap election mean for British Agricultural policy?
Do you have the power to seek compensation?
Apprenticeship levy arrival
2017 predictions for the rural market
Brexit: What matters the most to our rural clients
Capacity Market
Farmers asked to count the birds
Rural market exceeding expectations in wake of EU referendum vote
MPs call for major reform of flood risk management
Government publishes manual on the hedgerows and boundaries grant
Hydro E-brief Article
Interest rates
Opportunities in energy storage
Ways to protect your land from public access
Ransom Strip
Renewable Heat Incentive Consultation
Success for rural businesses as rural communities are set to receive superfast broadband
Rural sector encouraged by limited impact of Brexit vote on market
Theresa May’s speech and the impact on farming
Trading of Operational Assets
Insurance Act changes commerical relationship
Brexit won’t diminish appetite for farmland
EPCs 10 years on – time to reassess their impact?
Borrowing has doubled – time for a fix?
National Minimum Wage from October 1
Price volatility a long-term fact of life
Don’t get called to account over stocktaking
Make sure you can see well beyond the fuchsia!
Act fast to benefit from Countryside Stewardship funding
Don’t let a lease lend you an unintentional headache
Cream off your share of milk reduction cash
Ministerial Portfolios
Harvest expectations
What next for windfarms?
What next following Brexit for rural economy
BPS confusion leaves many farmers feeling vulnerable
Brexit Update April 2016 - 67% of agricultural land owners believe UK should stay in the EU
Ditches in farms
Euro fix now may ease BPS pain
Who will lead correcting the imbalance after TIFF?
Legislation brings a flood of changes
New rule could hit fly tippers with fixed penalties
Housing & Planning Act Brings Changes to Compulsory Purchase
Employers must take care over foreigners in their workforce
‘Force’ does not mean ‘violence’ – landowner wins over land use dispute
Government rings the changes on mobiles
How big, or small, is a ‘tree’?
Consumer Contract Guides - Keep the right side of consumer law
Hay and Straw - Neglecting stock could be the last straw
Phone Mast Changes - Time to nail your colours to the phone mast?
Brussels sprouts legacy confusion
GIS Opportunities
National Living Wage rules from 1 April 2016
Understand your business in these challenging times
24 ‘Carrot’ advice from Carter Jonas
£3 million to help meet fire safety rules
Arable land more likely to be fertile ground for investors than equities
Good harvest will keep prices suppressed
Carter Jonas appointed to sell The Ashby St Ledgers Estate for £19.25 million
Biomass: a sustainable and financially attractive opportunity
More BPS money from Common Rights
Put your business on the map
Coastal access could be beating a path to your door
Dates slip back already for CSS
Countryside Stewardship publicity requirements cause concern
Have your say on tackling waste crime
Digital divide is threat to rural economy
Drones are useful, but check your insurance
History takes off thanks to drone technology
Tory strength and UKIP weakness should bring better referendum outcome for agriculture
Financial gale rocks wind turbines
Energy Purchasing Service Reduces Overheads
Low Euro conversion rate compounds woes
Plan ahead to protect your finances
Get ready for Flood Re launch in April 2016
Food for thought about safety
Guidelines toughen up on food safety
Be quick for best chance of forestry grant success
Careful analysis realised golf course’s whole potential
After graduation, what comes next?
Graduating soon? Survey the career opportunities with Carter Jonas
Don’t miss these grant opportunities
Invasive plant laws need handling with care
Tougher sentences for those who breach Health and Safety laws
New billing rules put the heat on suppliers
Heat is off – for now – for new landlord regs
Invasive plant laws need handling with care
Don’t let funding opportunity slip by
It's Easy to be a Busy Fool
Milk quota ends but uncertainty continues
National Minimum Wage from October 1
Survey underlines challenge for non-farming entrants
Heartening outcome from Oxford Farming Conference
Peak Power Generation – a new opportunity for landowners
Positive times for rural residential market
HTake notice: Say what you mean
This funding may help unlock your potential
Don’t forget those in need in the farming community
More worry over rights of way
RPA faces up to problems and extends deadlines
Bank pressures to swell land supply in 2016
See our take on the Rural View
Detail holds the key to success with Section 21
New law is passed so be ready with smoke and CO alarms
Straw sale timing could not have been better
Parliament’s dying Act clarifies tenancy law
Shrewd thinking cultivates success for Walled Garden
Warm-hearted tenants are a better bet
Who is an ‘active farmer’?
Crime can legally pay for squatters
Basic Payment Scheme registration
Borehole owners could be high and dry despite abundant water
Victory – but at what cost?
Moves to make registration simpler
CAP update ends DEFRA hedging over EFAs
Careful lotting before sale may be needed following SDLT changes
Overseas owners need to prepare for major Capital Gains Tax reform
£900 million supports new Countryside Stewardship scheme
Change makes debt control vital
Energy efficiency proposals and rural tenancies
Carter Jonas helps empower innovation
Government’s £466bn plans will have major impact
Immigration checks guidance causes confusions
Where there’s no will there’s a way to confusion
Land occupation: clarifying the confusion
Marrying ideas to reality
When mediation can help prevent family conflict
Roads expansion an opportunity for land owners
National Minimum Wage rates have risen
Tight supply driving off-market success
Unexpected consequence from ‘one-off’ rule
Challenging ideas for the farming industry
Development potential on farms and estates has rarely been so good
Pedal power boost charities and local suppliers
For the best results – pick the right team
There’s more to Renewables than just the Feed in Tariff!
Exemptions exempted from EA criteria
When the next generation shares the effort
SPS payment rate is unwelcome news
£925 million funding for Countryside Stewardship
Don’t bale out of keeping stock in good condition
Taxing question over farm accommodation
Sporting move to simplify VAT rules
Alexander lays down new vintage in skills
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Development Consultancy
London Development Consultancy
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Masterplanning and Architecture
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Planning Bulletin
Go-ahead for affordable homes to Starter Homes switch at Northstowe
Mayor’s office mulls over ‘hard-to-avoid’ 35% affordable rate
Proposed plans to pay residents in host areas of fracking
What the call-in of Birmingham’s local plan means for plan-makers
Officers recommend delaying local plan to reflect on Brexit impact
1,500 Buckinghamshire homes blocked over landscape impact
What does the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough devolution deal mean for planning?
DCLG announces funding for new wave of garden towns and villages
DCLG confirms that the local plan intervention threat is still on table
Green Belt Debate
Green belt shrinks by 1,000 hectares
Housing and Planning Bill gains royal assent
What’s behind the slowdown in local plan submissions?
Has the New Homes Bonus changed councils’ approach to housing proposals?
How councils could make use of promised new planning freedoms
Office-to-resi rights provided 13,000 homes in 2015/16
One step closer to Oxford urban extension
Permitted development rights – Taking the temperature
PINS have increased their performance on appeals, but some complex cases are taking longer
Regeneration: a radial re-think
Residential Development Sites of less than 10 dwellings – where next?
Plan-makers urged to do more to cater for self-build homes
Garden villages, plus Ça change
White paper or white elephant
Greenbelt, out of touch or untouchable
Plans for UK’s inaugural National Infrastructure Assessment announced
Why Greg Clark has approved 1,500 homes in the green belt area
Government-backed group’s advice on measuring housing need has ‘disastrous technical faults’
Queen’s new neighbourhood planning and infrastructure bill
Lewis hits out at ‘toxic’ planning conditions
Mortgage lenders call for lower Starter Homes requirement
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