Aspects of Land – Autumn 2017

No one in the UK can be blamed for feeling fatigued with politics at the moment, but now is not the time to become disengaged.

Whichever way you approach rural issues, change is in the air, and to make a success of change, it is necessary to embrace it. This issue of Aspects of Land illustrates some of the ways by which this could be achieved.

 
 

Key contacts

Philip Gready

Philip Gready

Executive Director
Rural, Energy & Projects Division

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 20 3107 5470

+44 (0) 20 3107 5470

 
 

Savills identifies challenges and opportunities at Scottish Property Outlook
04 September 2017

Savills identifies challenges and opportunities at Scottish Property Outlook:  Challenges and opportunities identified across all sectors including PRS; residential; commercial; rural and mixed use.

Milk price volatility a key driver in Farm Business Income
07 August 2017

A new piece of joint research from Savills and the Duchy and Bicton College’s Rural Business School shows that milk price volatility has been the main driver in the considerable fluctuations in Farm Business Income* (FBI) over the six trading years 2010/11 to 2015/16.  Although dairy FBI in the sample performed at a higher level in the South West, including milk price, than the average across England, similar changes to income patterns were followed.