Now Available: Concise Rural Taxation new edn

A select few have already received their earlybird orders of Concise Rural Taxation 2018/19.  Find out how to order yours here at this link: CRT Details  Up to date with all the main taxes affecting rural practice, and now including Scottish and Welsh taxes as well.  A handy update for all rural professionals, and essential reading … Continue reading Now Available: Concise Rural Taxation new edn

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Trustees and beneficiaries of rural estates: what you need to know and do

Next #rubrief online seminar with @syncsk : trustees this time, and would you like another chance to learn about #GDPR ie what could cost you 20,000 Euro from 25 May this year?

Twenty-five year Environment Plan

First thoughts on today's 25 year Environment Plan?  Confirmation of the direction of travel we have seen since the Natural Environment White Paper of 2011: The Natural Choice: securing the Value of Nature The headline points for farmers and land managers: An environmental net gain principle for development, housing and infrastructure; A new Environmental Land Management system; … Continue reading Twenty-five year Environment Plan

Natural Capital for rural estate professionals: Cheshire, 31 October 2017

This half day workshop is aimed at rural estate owners, managers and their professional advisers. Our purpose is to look at practical ways in which we can work with current policy and technical thinking about natural capital and ecosystem services. We will hear about some tools that are available to help and will look at … Continue reading Natural Capital for rural estate professionals: Cheshire, 31 October 2017

Land Management Today

Land Management TODAY - LMT - is published for the first time today.  The first edition is the work of a group of postgraduate students at Harper Adams University who came together at the end of June to study a module called Land Use and Management.  The first edition contains 28 short articles covering a … Continue reading Land Management Today

Rural Proofing: a key reference for rural activists and analysts

Rural analysts and activists take note.  Defra has updated its rural proofing guidance this week.  This will be a key reference for anybody interested in the development and impact of policies which affect rural areas.  Why? Because policy measures are meant to have been 'rural proofed'.  So the criteria for rural proofing are important because … Continue reading Rural Proofing: a key reference for rural activists and analysts