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Agricultural Rent Survey

Agricultural Rent Survey
Agricultural Rent Survey

3 June 2016, words by Andrew Teanby

Rents continued to rise but the rate of increase has slowed

■ Our Agricultural Rent Survey shows that in England and Wales the rate of growth in agricultural rents to 31 October 2015 continued to slow, a trend first highlighted in 2012.

■ The reduced rate of rental growth combined with a reduced volume of reviews are the consequence of pressure on farm profits.

■ Competitive open market tenders continue to deliver the highest increase relative to the previous letting, however, enthusiasm for exceptionally high FBT tender rents has been tempered.

 
 
 

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