Estate Management

The combination of in-depth benchmarking and estate management research is an integral part of adding value for our clients.

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Estate Benchmarking Survey 2016

From Estate Benchmarking Survey – 2016

26 September 2016

Gross income increased across other revenue streams

 
 
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Looking Forward

From Estate Benchmarking Survey – 2016

26 September 2016

What are the implications of Brexit?

 
 
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Diversity Delivers Steady Performance

From Estate Benchmarking Survey 2015

23 November 2015

Estate incomes have seen steady growth, while farm incomes have been exposed to market volatility.

 
 
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Combined Income Equals 75% Of Gross Income

From Estate Benchmarking Survey 2015

23 November 2015

Three-quarters of estate area is let and broadly split between AHA and FBTs.

 
 
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Spreading The Income Risk

From Estate Benchmarking Survey 2015

23 November 2015

Commercial and leisure incomes can make an important contribution across the estate.

 
 
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Expenditure Proportion Remains Constant

From Estate Benchmarking Survey 2015

23 November 2015

The annual cost of running a rural estate is £95 per acre, equal to 43% of gross income.

 
 
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Rural Estates Represent A Good Investment

From Estate Benchmarking Survey 2015

23 November 2015

Rural estates continue to perform well compared with other asset classes.

 
 
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A Positive Prospect

From Estate Benchmarking Survey 2015

23 November 2015

Rural estates are in a strong position to weather current pressures on farm incomes.

 
 
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Forest Investment Analysis

02 April 2015

The total value of forest transactions has increased significantly over the past five years.

 
 
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Forestry vs Farmland and Other Assets

02 April 2015

Forestry along with farmland has outperformed most other assets during the past 20 years.

 
 
 

Key contacts

Ian Bailey

Ian Bailey

Head of Agricultural Research
Rural Research

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 207 299 3099

+44 (0) 207 299 3099

 

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