We are delighted to have successfully attained outline planning permission for a residential development at the southern edge of Settle, adjacent to the Yorkshire Dales National Park for our client; a local family-run housing developer. Read More
Read our new White Paper
Positive Asset Management in a Changing Rural Economy
Rural Solutions’ White Paper, “Positive Asset Management in a Changing Rural Economy”, comes at an opportune time when conditions are ripe for rural estate owners to pursue ambitious business growth and diversification.
Some might say that ours is an age of uncertainty, but it’s also one of opportunity. If estate managers adopt an entrepreneurial attitude to manage their businesses then they will preserve their assets for future generations.
Within our upcoming White Paper we highlight three key factors in the current climate, proving that the wider economic, environmental and social conditions have never been more suited to the growth of rural businesses:
● Planning deregulation – Where planning was once a barrier to growth, it’s now an instrument to its achievement.
● Consumerism in the countryside – The public’s growing affinity with the countryside and how to capitalise on its consumer appeal.
● Investment landscape – A positive investment culture that now favours rural enterprises.
In response to these factors, our White Paper identifies five key principles for positive asset management with the intention of helping estate owners make the very most of the opportunities before them.
You can download our latest White Paper, “Positive Asset Management in a Changing Rural Economy” by completing the form below.
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We are pleased to have successfully gained outline planning consent, with some matters reserved (appearance and landscaping) for a residential development, on the edge of a rural settlement in North Yorkshire. Read More
By James Podesta – Head of Planning
Gavin Barwell, Minister of State for Housing and Planning, has stated that it is ‘unlikely’ the Government will step in to enforce its ‘early 2017’ deadline for local plan production, until a revised version of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) is in place (expected in summer). No action is likely to be taken until the Government’s consultation on standardising the methodology for assessing housing need has been published alongside the revised NPPF.