Many companies hold rural land, either as an ancillary interest to their main purpose, such as mineral operators or developers, or as part of their primary function, such as utility companies. Other companies, such as renewable energy providers, depend upon negotiating agreements over private land in order to run their business.
We have experience of working with a range of commercial interests to manage their rural land holdings and to act on their behalf in helping to meet statutory compliance requirements, provide valuation and compensation advice, liaise with local landowning interests and to help build reputation and support in local communities.
We can also add value to the services provided by general practice surveyors by providing rural and environmental expertise to complement their urban commercial, planning and development skills. This can include operational and strategic advice on land management, environment and landlord and tenant relations, as well as rural valuations, project management, research and consultancy.
Companies we have worked with include:
• Marshalls PLC
• Manchester Airport Group PLC
• Wrexham Golf Club
• Private farming and landowning businesses