A Brief Guide to Agricultural Tenancies

A Brief Guide to Agricultural Tenancies

A Brief Guide to Agricultural Tenancies If you are renting agricultural land or buildings, you are likely to be an agricultural tenant. There are two main categories of agricultural tenancy and each imposes different rights and responsibilities on both landlords and...
Selling Land with the Benefit of Planning – Preparation for Sale

Selling Land with the Benefit of Planning – Preparation for Sale

Selling Land with the Benefit of Planning – Preparation for Sale With the increasing demand for land to help house our growing population, a large number of landowners who may have previously been overlooked as potential development sites are now starting to...
Benefits of Land Registration

Benefits of Land Registration

Benefits of Land Registration HM Land Registry are aiming to achieve comprehensive land registration across England and Wales by 2030. This is also a key target for the Government as it will help them in identifying areas suitable for housing development. Registration...
What is a planning agreement and who needs to be a party?

What is a planning agreement and who needs to be a party?

What is a planning agreement and who needs to be a party? A Section 106 agreement is an agreement entered into between landowners or developers and local planning authorities (“LPAs”) as part of the planning process. A Section 106 agreement is the most common form of...
Adverse possession – does a fence matter?

Adverse possession – does a fence matter?

Adverse possession – does a fence matter? Adverse possession (commonly known as “squatter’s rights”) is continuously using land which is owned by someone else, as your own for a period of time, and then applying to be registered as the legal owner of the land....
Landowners: What is overage?

Landowners: What is overage?

Landowners: What is overage? The use of overage agreements is now widespread and it is easy to understand why.  After all, who wouldn’t want to create the chance of some additional cash, long after their land or property is sold? What is Overage?Sometimes referred to...