For sale – Land at Hallow, Worcestershire

Sinton Green

For Sale Carver Knowles are delighted to offer for sale two attractive blocks of Grade 3 agricultural land near Hallow, Worcestershire. Lot 1: 8.63 acres near Sinton Green, Worcestershire A productive parcel of Grade 3 arable land with road side frontage, free draining loamy soils. Located just south of the village of Sinton Green. Lot 2 […]

Posted on July 13th, 2017 by

Carver Knowles in the Press…

Carver Knowles were delighted to be asked to contribute to the NFU’s Farmer and Grower magazine this month in their feature about Energy and Storage. This came hot on the heals of recently being asked to comment in the Farmers Weekly on the difficulties being experienced by those in the new Countryside Stewardship. In the Farmer and […]

Posted on February 2nd, 2017 by

£40m Welsh Farm Grant Scheme Due For Launch

It has just been announced that the Welsh Government and Rural Development Programme is to allocate £40m of funds is to a new Welsh farm grant scheme designed to help farmers reduce their carbon emissions and to improve their resilience and competitiveness within the industry, including through new diversification measures.   The scheme plans to distribute […]

Posted on January 10th, 2017 by

I WANT TO SELL SOME OF MY PROPERTY – WHAT SHOULD I DO?

The New Year is here and Spring is just around the corner (hopefully?!). Spring is often the best time to look at selling property whether it is bare land, a development opportunity or a residential property as it often looks its best due to the improving weather and the budding fauna and flora. So if […]

Posted on January 9th, 2017 by

What do I do if a mobile phone mast operator wants to rent a site on my land?

mobile phone mast

As mobile phones become smarter and more critical to our daily lives, the demand on mobile phone masts to deliver phone calls and data has significantly increased in recent years. Added to this is the recent announcement of the Government policy to tackle mobile phone “not-spots” and also the roll out of the 4G and […]

Posted on November 8th, 2016 by

2016 – A busy Expert Witness year.

expert witness

  We don’t talk about expert witness work much as it’s one of those areas that quietly happens and matters are almost always confidential. We have however been very busy in 2016 with various rural and development expert witness work so thought it worth detailing the sort of subjects we have dealt with: Report for […]

Posted on October 28th, 2016 by

Farm for Sale, Alderton, Tewkesbury

Carver Knowles are pleased to announce their instructions to sell Windmill Farm, Alderton, Tewkesbury on behalf of the Gloucestershire County Council. Positioned in a rural location on the outskirts of the village of Alderton, Windmill Farm comprises just under 100 acres in total with a three bed farmhouse (subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition) and […]

Posted on October 24th, 2016 by

So a third party wants to take access to your land?

third party access

When someone else needs to access your land it is often a challenging issue and can result in a wide range of disputes. A third party that might need access could include neighbours and utility companies: Water Gas Highways Telecommunication The complexity of the process is always difficult to get your head around as different […]

Posted on October 13th, 2016 by

On Farm Energy Options

on farm energy

The turbulence of the last year in terms of the reduction in subsidies for renewable energy technologies has meant that many farm scale installations are no longer commercially viable. So where is the industry now heading and what potential options are there for farm based schemes? The simple facts are that UK based power generation […]

Posted on September 29th, 2016 by

LEADER Grant Scheme Still open

leader grant

LEADER is a scheme within the Rural Development Programme which offers grants ranging from £5,000 – £50,000 to local business and organisations based on 40% of the cost of the project being granted. Eligible claimants could be farmers, growers, foresters, local rural businesses and rural community organisations and are specifically targeted at “micro” enterprises (less […]

Posted on August 8th, 2016 by