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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 COMMENT – The value of smaller scale developments in new, draft NPPF

By | architecture, estate owners, government-legislation, Industry Comment, land owners, local planning authority, NPPF, planning, residential, rural-housing, Uncategorised | No Comments

rural development, villlage landscpae, rural solutions, smaller scale residential developments, NPPFBy Associate Director, James Ellis.

Some of the most valued heritage in our rural British towns, villages and hamlets is the result of small-scale residential development that has taken place in previous centuries. Modest, incremental and organic growth of villages, well-designed and built to last using good-quality materials.

Think, for example, ‘Hovis Hill’ in Shaftesbury or many of the historic groups of village houses seen in TV shows such as Endeavour or Downton Abbey. Would they receive permission if the subject of a planning application in the 21st century? We think they should, but is the answer that simple anymore? Read More