Our aim is to help you make the best of your business assets. Traditional areas of surveys and valuations are skills you may well have called upon in the past but there are now many other ways to unlock the potential of your holding, our partners respected in their fields can help advise you on the best way forward.

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The Pilkington family has transformed its passion for simple grass-based dairying into a profitable multi-site business, we speak to the younger generation to find out the key to their success.

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The market for large scale solar has had its ups and downs but it is facing a resurgence. Martin Williams explains why landowners should be reconsidering it.

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This grant scheme offers funding to farmers to purchase equipment which will help boost farm productivity. It has just reopened (7th October) and will remain open until 4th November. 

You can find out more on the gov.uk website, and can apply online. If you’d like any advice on how this might apply to you, or help with your application, please do not hesitate to contact your local Carter Jonas office.

Keep on top of the latest insight and information on all aspects of natural capital, and register your interest in biodiversity net gain.

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Christopher is part of the rural team, carrying out management and professional services for private clients in the Newbury area. He specialises in the management of rural countryside estate, providing strategic and day to day management for various estates in Berkshire, Hampshire and Wiltshire. Chris also carries out professional work ranging from sales, purchases, lettings and valuations of country properties to advising on planning applications and entry into countryside grants for farmers.

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