An exciting opportunity for a qualified Rural Surveyor is available within our highly respected rural surveying practice at an Associate/Director level. Good career prospects are available for the right candidates with an opportunity to move towards taking equity in the business. This is a great chance to develop your career and be involved in shaping the future of a dynamic and driven company. Based in the attractive village of Ardington in Oxfordshire, our dedicated team offer an array of services including agricultural, commercial and residential disciplines, and therefore a wide variety of professional work is attained. The main focus of this position will be towards professional work rather than management. Many of our clients have been with us for generations, something we are very proud of, and a testament to the reputation and expertise of the firm. We are also working for a diverse range of new clients with interesting and demanding requirements. Whilst the majority of our clients are based in central southern England, we increasingly act for landowners nationwide. Role requirements You will be educated to degree level and be a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors with Registered Valuer status. Fellowship of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers is also preferable but not essential. A competitive salary and benefits package will be offered.
Please send applications with your CV to: Mrs Emily Ham MRICS FAAV – firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to call to discuss the position in the first instance, please contact Emily on (01235) 434382 or by the e-mail address above.
All applications and enquiries will be treated in strictest confidence.
A copy of our latest Farming and Property Bulletin can be read here: August 2021
We are pleased to announce the election of Simon Alden as Senior Vice President of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers (CAAV).
The CAAV is a specialist professional body representing, qualifying and briefing almost 3,000 members practising in a diverse range of agricultural and rural work throughout England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. CAAV members are agricultural and rural valuers who provide professional advice and valuation expertise on issues affecting the countryside. These can cover many topics, such as tenancy matters, sales and purchase of farms and land, planning and development, taxation, compulsory purchase of land and property, auctioneering, conservation issues and farming business advice.
The June edition of our Farming & Property Bulletin is now available to read here: June 2021 Bulletin
The latest edition of our Farming and Property Bulletin is now available to read: NFU Bulletin – May 2021
Read our latest Bulletin here: April 2021
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Join us for a free Zoom Webinar presented by Kerry Holbrook-Bull and Emily Ham on Thursday 25th March from 1:00pm-2:00pm
Please Register in advance for this webinar using link below or use the one in the attached flyer:
Adkin Webinar – The Agricultural Transition Period & BPS 2021
In Kevin Prince’s latest blog for the Newbury Weekly News he looks back on the foot-and-mouth disease outbreak of 20 years ago Newbury Weekly News – Farm Blog March 2021
The Sustainable Farming Incentive forms the baseline entry point for the new Environmental Land Management schemes (ELMS), and it will open in reduced form to all BPS applicants in 2022 (SFI2022) before the full scheme opens in 2024. In the meantime, DEFRA are running an SFI pilot to test different elements of the scheme.
For more information please see the attached article written by Sarah Payne. THE SUSTAINABLE FARMING INCENTIVE – article by SAP March 2021