UK Farmland

Market information to help add value and maximise returns for clients purchasing and selling land, farms and estates.

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Market update

From Spotlight: GB Agricultural Land 2018

12 February 2018

Short-term uncertainty lingers, but markets are likely to strengthen over the next five years. Holdings with a range of income streams will be sought after, while commercial units with little scope to diversify could encounter further downside risk

 
 
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How UK farmland sizes up

From Spotlight: GB Agricultural Land 2018

12 February 2018

With a large area of farmland and high domestic demand, the UK has the means post-Brexit to boost production and reduce dependency on imports

 
 
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Outlook and historical context

From Spotlight: GB Agricultural Land 2018

12 February 2018

While pure commercial holdings are at risk from any reduction in farm earnings, we forecast rising values for those with options to diversify. Is there anything we can learn from historic trends? We examine the events that shaped farmland values

 
 
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Farmland rents

From Spotlight: GB Agricultural Land 2018

12 February 2018

The rental market remained subdued during 2017, in keeping with the longer-term downtrend in the size and frequency of reviews undertaken

 
 
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Four for the future

From Spotlight: GB Agricultural Land 2018

12 February 2018

Given the uncertainty and associated risk over the next five years, land managers should assess their respective exposure to a decline in farm earnings. Our research has flagged four short- and long-term levers to protect investment returns

 
 
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Assessing risk, maximising opportunity

From Spotlight: Global Farmland Index 2018

22 January 2018

Both mature and emerging markets experience a diversity of risk

 
 
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Rural: Investing in change

From Spotlight: UK Cross Sector Outlook 2018

05 December 2017

With uncertainty continuing to dictate market sentiment into 2018, greater efficiency, diversification and natural capital will play key roles in the long term

 
 
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Moving with the times

From Spotlight: Estate Benchmarking Survey – 2017

26 October 2017

In the face of Brexit uncertainty and changing agricultural policy, resilience and adaptability are key for the continuing success of our rural estates

 
 
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Standing still is not an option

From Spotlight: Estate Benchmarking Survey – 2017

26 October 2017

While the agricultural and residential sectors will continue to dictate performance, rural estates need to evolve. Developing new income streams is essential

 
 
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Change: a positive impact on the bottom line

From Spotlight: Estate Benchmarking Survey – 2017

26 October 2017

Across the regions, agricultural and residential assets still provide the core income for rural estates. Proactive management must continue to draw income from a greater range of assets

 
 
 

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Ian Bailey

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Rural Research

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