Rural Surveyors Required to Join the Adkin Team

We are looking for ambitious and motivated surveyors to join our team based in the picturesque village of Ardington in Oxfordshire.

We are particularly interested in experienced graduates, recently qualified surveyors or those who have up to 5 years post qualification experience in a broad range of rural professional work. In addition, we have an immediate requirement for a surveyor or equivalent candidate who has significant experience with the Basic Payment Scheme, environmental schemes and our expanding workload in areas such as natural capital, biodiversity, soils, water and climate change.

Should you wish to discuss the positions available, please contact Simon Alden on 07710 900681.

Further details can be found here: Surveyor Advert – July 2020


Due to the pandemic of Coronavirus, Adkin will be operating in a different way, until circumstances change.

With effect from Tuesday 24th March, the office will be closed to any visitors.  The phones will continue to be manned whilst all surveyors and remaining support staff will be working remotely.

Therefore, please continue call the office via the usual phone number.

Should there be no answer, please leave your name, contact number and brief message.

Calls and emails will be returned and actioned as deemed appropriate as soon as possible.
Please be patient as we navigate these exceptional and changing times.

Beth Robertson joins the Adkin team

We are pleased to announce that Beth has joined the team as a Graduate Surveyor.
Beth previously worked as Assistant to the Land Agent for a large Berkshire Estate and is working towards becoming a qualified Chartered Surveyor.

DEFRA Details Future Farm Support


DEFRA have announced the publication today of ‘A Future Farming Policy Update’ to accompany the Agriculture Bill. It includes further detail on productivity grants which are available from 2021; support for research and development from 2022; and animal health and welfare. It also includes basic detail around the phasing out and ‘delinking’ of direct payments. A link to the document is as follows: