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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… Read More

Posted on July 13th, 2017 by

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT: SUSTAINABILITY IS KEY

Understanding site sustainability

A lot has changed in the planning world over the last 5 years but when it comes to promoting a suitable development site for housing, sustainability is still key. A housing site must be in a sustainable location the requirements for sustainability cannot be met through building design and the use of renewable energy alone…. Read More

Posted on June 1st, 2017 by

**Best and Final offers invited by 12 Noon Wednesday 5th July 2017** for Snow Capel Farm

  Snow Capel Farm is back on the market and provides a rare residential development opportunity. The property is comprised of three distinct parts and is offered for sale with immediate effect subject to contract. The property is available as a whole or in separate lots. Lot 1 – The Farmhouse: A dilapidated brick farmhouse… Read More

Posted on May 25th, 2017 by

Make the most of Grant funding – an update

Direct drills are funded under LEADER scheme

Britain leaving Europe has left a question mark over agricultural grants as we know them. Whilst we cannot predict the future, we can report that DEFRA has stated that they will honour any grant funding allocated to farmers pre-2019.   However, all grant funding is now competitive and with limited money available it is vital… Read More

Posted on May 16th, 2017 by

Brexit:  Where do the opportunities lie?

British resilience

For or against, most people have a view on Brexit and whether it’s going to be good bad or just ugly. There are some key areas farmers and rural business owners need to consider over the next 12-18 months to make sure their business is well placed and as strong as possible as we enter… Read More

Posted on May 16th, 2017 by

***Open Morning – Cottages at Newland Court***

Lots 3 and 4 of Newland Court make a wonderful opportunity to purchase a delightful pair of traditional brick semi-detached cottages.   The cottages are known as 214 Worcester Road (Lot 3) and 215 Worcester Road (Lot 4) and are available either separately or as a pair. Each cottage provides two bedrooms with almost identical… Read More

Posted on May 3rd, 2017 by

Land for sale at Blacksmiths Lane, South Littleton

An attractive block of Grade 3 agricultural land extending to approximately 22.28 acres (9.02 ha) comprised of a number of parcels of permanent pasture. The land is bordered by mature hedgerow boundaries and partly by the Honeybourne/Littleton brook. The land includes a small pond and one field of ridge and furrow land. It is ideally… Read More

Posted on April 19th, 2017 by

Welsh Farm Business Grant Now Available

The Welsh Government and Rural Development Programme has allocated £40m to a new Welsh Farm Business Grant. This is designed to help farmers reduce their carbon emissions, improve their resilience and competitiveness. £3,000 – £12,000 is available per farm business at a 40% grant rate over a four-year period. The first application period is to… Read More

Posted on April 6th, 2017 by

Farm for Sale – Newland Court, Newland, Malvern

Newland Court

Carver Knowles are delighted to offer for sale Newland Court an 157 acre farm with 10 bedroom principle dwelling, a pair of cottages and an extensive range of modern and traditional buildings. Positioned in a well located yet rural setting with far reaching views to the Malvern Hills, Newland Court provides a rare opportunity to… Read More

Posted on March 28th, 2017 by

Can I prevent a new footpath being created?

Footpaths and rights of way

A footpath or other Right of Way can be created as the general public see land as a free for all and take it upon themselves to wander as they wish. Landowners should forward think to prevent rights of way from being created without their permission. If the route of a permissive path is used… Read More

Posted on March 17th, 2017 by