Landowners and farmers attending this year’s Farm Business Innovation Show will be given the opportunity to speak to experts at national property consultancy, Bruton Knowles, to learn how they can diversify the use of their land for recreation, leisure and development, and create income from renewable energy.
Held over two days at the Birmingham NEC arena (6-7 November 2019), the Bruton Knowles team will be based at stand FR651, on the ground to share the latest insights and useful top tips to any entrepreneurial attendees from within the farming industry, eager to make more money from their land.
Operating all over the UK, Bruton Knowles will be sending in a field of experts from its Rural, Land Development and Planning teams, all available to provide free initial appraisals, enabling future development, planning and diversification opportunities in the countryside.
Scott Winnard, Partner and spokesperson for the Planning and Land Development team said: “We attend this prestigious event every year, as it gives us the opportunity to talk directly to farmers and landowners, and we feel it is essential for them to obtain advice before proceeding with projects, or agreeing terms with promoters or housebuilders.
“Common topics we are expecting to discuss with attendees this year include issues on planning applications, how to promote land for residential or commercial development, the process of signing up to an option or promotion agreement and the costs involved in either promoting land or signing up with a developer.
“We are keen to share advice on Planning Consultancy on applications and appeals, Land Agency to help make the most of land and farms for sale and Land Development offering advice to landowners on how they can sell their land for residential development and maximise value.
“Overall, our main aim is to raise awareness of Bruton Knowles in the rural community and the spectrum of services we offer, which at a time where the economic landscape is uncertain, could be vital for farmers and landowners businesses to remain stable.”