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Have you read our White Paper?

Some might say that ours is an age of uncertainty, but we believe it’s also one of opportunity. Our White Paper, Positive Asset Management in a Changing Rural Economy, presents three key factors that prove the wider economic, environmental and social conditions have never been more suited to the growth of rural businesses through the diversification of land and assets.

By adopting an entrepreneurial attitude to manage their businesses, estate and landowners are more likely to preserve their assets for future generations. The paper details five key principles based on our experience to achieve successful rural diversification.

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INDUSTRY UPDATE – Initial thoughts on the NPPF

By | advisory, Brexit, estate owners, Industry Comment, land owners, NPPF, planning, residential, rural business, rural diversification, rural estates, rural-housing | No Comments

By Head of Planning, James Podesta

Today has seen the long-anticipated publication of the new National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF). The NPPF has been subject of consultation since late 2016 and has been published ahead of parliamentary summer recess. Read More

INDUSTRY COMMENT – A summary of the staycation market – the opportunity for diversification and leisure development in the countryside

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By Managing Director, William FryStaycation market, leisure diversification, tourism, landowners

Post-Brexit anxiety is said to be creating a surge in UK holidays or ‘staycations’, with 2018 set to be another big year for domestic tourism. Experts say the ‘staycation’ trend is becoming a sustained feature – good news for those looking at rural diversification.

A combination of the World Cup and fantastic weather has given many people reason to stay at home and enjoy everything this country has to offer.
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