On the 30th November the Government published ‘The Path to Sustainable Farming: An Agricultural Transition Plan 2021 to 2024’.
To accompany the Agricultural Transition Plan’s publication, they have created the booklet called Farming is Changing. The booklet summarises the Agricultural Transition Plan, and was written with farmers and land managers in mind.
The main points to note are:
BPS to be at 50% of current levels by 2024 as a minimum
Countryside Stewardship and additional grants to be expanded from 2021-2024 with a focus on Sustainable Agriculture, Local Nature Recovery and Landscape Recovery
Environmental Land Management to be launched 2024
Exit Schemes launched to assist those wanting to retire from the industry
Please contact Emily Ham or Sarah Payne for further information.
The 2021 Annual Hay and Straw Auction Sale, in conjunction with Thimbleby & Shorland, will be held by online timed auction, due to current Covid-19 restrictions, ending on Tuesday 12th January 2021.
ENTRIES TO BE INCLUDED IN THE CATALOGUE TO BE RECEIVED BY FRIDAY 11TH DECEMBER 2020.
All enquiries to Chris Boreham 0118 950 8611 or 07760 888 543 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Government’s Agriculture Bill was passed into UK law on 11 November 2020 – find out more about what this means for farmers and land managers going forward. NFU Bulletin – November 2020
Adkin would like to reassure their clients that the office will remain fully functional for the duration of the second lockdown. If you have any queries please continue to call the main office number.
The majority of surveyors will be working from home. If you need to contact them directly please call their mobile number which can be found on our ‘People’ page.
All calls and emails will be returned and actioned as soon as possible but please be patient as we adapt to the change in working practices again. Please be assured that Adkin will continue to provide its usual high level of service during this challenging time.
Adkin’s latest Farming and Property Bulletin covers, amongst other things, the Sustainable Food and Farming Scheme white paper, the Government funded Green Energy Grant scheme and the latest Covid-19 financial support measures. The full article can be found here; NFU Bulletin – October 2020
We are pleased to announce that Rosie has joined the team as a Graduate Surveyor.
Rosie graduated from Harper Adams University in 2020 with a BSc Hons degree in Rural Enterprise and Land Management. During her time at University, she completed a work placement year on a large Norfolk Estate as Trainee Land Agent gaining valuable estate management experience. Rosie then joined Adkin in September 2020 and is currently working towards becoming both a Chartered Surveyor and Fellow of the CAAV.
Adkin’s latest Farming and Property Bulletin covers the 2020 Harvest, Government Planning Reforms & Environmental Targets and updates on the latest rules regarding Residential Lettings in view of the ongoing Coronavirus situation. The full article can be found here;
NFU Bulletin – Sept 2020
We are delighted to announce the election of Simon Alden as Junior Vice President of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers (CAAV).
Simon has been a member of the affiliated organisation, the Berks & Oxon Rural Valuers Association Committee for many years and was Chairman in 1999. He was an examiner for the Southern Group of the CAAV for ten years becoming chief examiner in 2007 and has been a member of the Education & Examination Committee of the CAAV since 2007, serving as its Chairman since 2009. He has been on the CAAV Council since 2004, serves on the Future Skills Group and was elected to the CAAV Executive Committee in 2019.
Click here for the latest article written by Kevin Prince for the Hampshire Chronicle
Sept farm blog Hampshire Chronicle
Adkin are currently marketing the beautiful farmstead of Rectory Farm in Northmoor, Oxfordshire. You can find full details on our own ‘Property Page’ but we were delighted to see it featured in this week’s Country Life as one of their ‘Properties of the Week’.
Country Life Article