UK Farmland

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

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The outlook for farmland values in the UK

18 February 2015

Further growth is expected in farmland values across the UK in 2015, but the market will continue to be diverse.

 
 
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What are the top picks this year?

18 February 2015

An overview of the best investment opportunities across all sectors.

 
 
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The UK Real Estate Market in 2015

10 February 2015

Capital value growth across all sectors was stronger than forecast in 2014. It is expected to rise throughout 2015, albeit at a slower rate.

 
 
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What is the outlook for UK real estate?

10 February 2015

Prospects for price growth across all sectors will remain positive in the year ahead.

 
 
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Where to invest in 2015

10 February 2015

Savills growth forecasts for the commercial, residential, and agricultural sectors for 2015.

 
 
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What are the best investment opportunities in 2015?

10 February 2015

An overview of the best investment opportunities across all sectors.

 
 
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Supply in the UK farmland market

21 October 2014

Supply across the UK continued to decrease during the first three quarters of 2014, with the exception of the South West, West Midlands and the East.

 
 
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Average values in the UK farmland market

21 October 2014

Average values in the English farmland market increased across all land types during the third quarter of 2014.

 
 
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The outlook for the UK farmland market

21 October 2014

Next year there are a few factors that might increase supply and affect ongoing growth in values.

 
 
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Supply and value of UK farmland

17 July 2014

Capital growth during the first half of the year has been strong for farmland, especially for the best quality.

 
 
 

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Ian Bailey

Ian Bailey

Director
Rural Research

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 207 299 3099

+44 (0) 207 299 3099

 

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