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Permitted Development Rights for farms - guidance from Tallents Solicitors

Permitted Development Rights – what you need to know about planning permission for farms

23rd September 2020

Planning regulations are complex at the best of times and when it involves agricultural land, it can be a challenge to know what can and can’t be built there, says Alistair Millar, agricultural lawyer and Partner at Tallents Solicitors in Southwell. This can be made even more complicated as there are some exemptions which allow you to proceed with your project without applying for planning permission at all known as Permitted Development Rights.

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Can i buy a house during the lockdown?

Helping you buy a house during the coronavirus pandemic

22nd May 2020

“Can I now buy a house?” is a question we are being asked by clients since the reopening of the housing market in England, says Alistair Millar, Head of Conveyancing at Tallents Solicitors.

How does the lockdown affect my house purchase or sale?

There has been a lot of confusion following the reopening of the housing market but we are here to reassure our clients of the steps we are taking to ensure both their safety and progress their property transaction smoothly.

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Can I still move house during the coronavirus pandemic?

Can I still move house during the coronavirus pandemic?

9th April 2020

“Can I still move house?” is a question we are being frequently asked by clients during the lockdown, says Alistair Millar, Head of Conveyancing at Tallents Solicitors. Here, he aims to answer your key queries.

How does the lockdown affect my house sale or house purchase?

New legislation came into force on 26 March 2020 to impose restrictions in order to reduce the risk to public health arising from the Coronavirus

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Alistair Millar discusses why farming partnerships need to clearly define who owns partnership assets via a partnership agreement

Agricultural tenancies and diversification

30th March 2020

Agricultural tenancies and diversification

With significant challenges being faced by tenant farmers in a post-Brexit world, could diversification be a solution to secure the sustainability and prosperity of a farm, asks Alistair Millar, agricultural lawyer and Partner at Tallents Solicitors in Southwell.

However, tenant farmers who wish to pursue a diversification project face several hurdles along the way, including the provisions of the agricultural tenancy legislation, gaining the landlord’s permission and agreeing terms for a variation to the existing agricultural tenancy. Alistair offers some guidance for success.

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What you need to know about Agricultural Tenancy Reform 2019

19th August 2019

Alistair Millar discusses why farming partnerships need to clearly define who owns partnership assets via a partnership agreement

With data showing that productivity growth in the UK farming industry is extremely low compared to other developed countries and affecting our ability as a nation to compete, grow new markets, have a prosperous farming sector and improve our environment, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has been consulting on ways to reform Agricultural Tenancy Law that will ensure it is fit for the future.

But what does this mean for tenants and landlords alike, asks Alistair Millar, agricultural lawyer and Partner at Tallents Solicitors in Southwell.

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