Secure storage units available for rent

Carver Knowles are pleased to offer the rental of secure, dry and cost effective storage units available in a range of sizes to suit all budgets. Two steel and timber framed buildings which have been recently been granted planning consent for B8 storage, are readily available for short or long term storage. Storage is available… Read More

Posted on August 1st, 2016 by

**Open Afternoon** Property for sale, Gloucester

This property will be open for viewing on Tuesday 9th August from 4pm to 6pm. Call now to register your interest. Snow Capel Final Details Carver Knowles are pleased to offer for sale Snow Capel Farm a unique residential development opportunity comprised of a Farmhouse, Stables and Hay Barn. The property is located in Sneadhams… Read More

Posted on July 21st, 2016 by

Barn for sale with Prior Approval, Brickyard Lane, Drakes Broughton, Pershore

barn for sale with approval

A rare residential development benefiting from the addition of approximately 2 acres of land offering the opportunity to develop an equestrian of small holding uni.  Offers invited in excess of £145,000 Steel Portal Framed agricultural building Prior approval to convert to residential dwelling Set in just over 2 acres Well located for Worcester, Pershore and… Read More

Posted on July 21st, 2016 by

Land for Sale at Pear Tree Corner, Willersey Road, Badsey

land for sale

A level parcel of Grade 3 agricultural land with road frontage which extends to approximately 7.68 acres (3.10 ha) in total and is located close to the village of Badsey. The land is currently in a grass ley with a small area of trees and a dilapidated brick building. The land is ideally located close… Read More

Posted on July 21st, 2016 by

New Team Member for Carver Knowles

new team member

Worcestershire based Chartered Surveyors, Carver Knowles are very pleased to welcome Ellen Cottrell to the team in Strensham as our Placement Student for 2016 – 2017. Ellen is studying Bsc (Hons) Rural Enterprise and Land Management at Harper Adams University where she is also student ambassador for the university. Ellen comes to us with first… Read More

Posted on July 13th, 2016 by

How to get planning consent for a Glamping site?

glamping

The popularity of glamping means more people are now looking at starting Glamping businesses, but it is important to start with the proper consents and permissions.  One of the most important consents to obtain before investing, is planning consent. Andrew Troughton of Carver Knowles is a Property consultant who specialises in rural planning and also… Read More

Posted on June 24th, 2016 by

Volatility means new strategies needed to manage farm cashflow

Community Infrastructure Levy

Increasingly volatile markets may mean farming businesses that are highly seasonal or have long profit cycles will need to think differently about managing their cashflow in the future. This is the message from Julie Branfield of Worcestershire based Carver Knowles, who says farmers are having to operate in very different conditions than they were 10… Read More

Posted on April 21st, 2016 by

Maisemore Park Stables – to let

maisemore

Former racing yard comprising of 9 loose boxes, a circular four furlong all weather gallop, 8 furlong outdoor sand exercise straight and schooling arena Stables 9 stables set in an attractive court yard setting including tack room, feed and bedding stores covered with closed circuit CCTV System. Paddocks Grazing is available over 9.90 acres of… Read More

Posted on April 15th, 2016 by

15 Minute Business Plan

Business Plan

  How to structure a business plan in a quick and painless way.   This will help you to develop the key elements of the business plan for a new venture or help develop an existing business. You have 15 minutes to decide your plan, so spend some time thinking first and then write down… Read More

Posted on April 14th, 2016 by

When do I need an Expert Witness to help with a boundary dispute?

expert witness boundary

Andrew Troughton, expert in boundary disputes looks at the basic principles and issues to consider: Why do boundary issues arise? What should be a simple line on a plan, can frequently cause costly issues for the parties involved. Disputes often arise from one of the neighbours inadvertently or deliberately replacing a boundary structure i.e. fence,… Read More

Posted on April 12th, 2016 by