UK Farmland

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

108 108
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.

 
 
108 108
Spreading The Income Risk

From Estate Benchmarking Survey 2015

23 November 2015

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

 
 
108 108
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.

 
 
108 108
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.

 
 
108 108
The Supply of UK Farmland

21 October 2015

Farmland stock publicly marketed across Great Britain stayed static during the first half of 2015 compared with 2014.

 
 
108 108
The Farmland Market in 2015

21 October 2015

Buyers are more price sensitive and, for some farm types, having more land for sale is reducing competition.

 
 
108 108
Farmland Values in the UK

21 October 2015

Farmland values in the UK decreased between January and September this year, after several years of increase since 2003.

 
 
108 108
UK Farmland: Buyers and Sellers

From Market in Minutes: UK Farmland Market Q2 2015

29 July 2015

In the UK farmland market, non-farmer buyers have overtaken farmers as the main type of buyer.

 
 
108 108
Farmland Values in the UK

From Market in Minutes: UK Farmland Market Q2 2015

29 July 2015

Farmland values in the UK increased during the first half of 2015, continuing their long-term trend although the rate of increase is slowing.

 
 
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The UK Farmland Market in 2015

From Market in Minutes: UK Farmland Market Q2 2015

29 July 2015

The fundamentals of land ownership still remain secure and the medium term (five-year) outlook for commodity prices is relatively positive.

 
 
 

Key contacts

Ian Bailey

Ian Bailey

Director
Rural Research

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 207 299 3099

+44 (0) 207 299 3099

 

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