It is clear that changes to agricultural policy is likely to have an effect on the rural economy on a scale not seen since the 1970s. For the first time in more than 40 years, the UK government has an opportunity to take control of agricultural policy. The detail is not yet clear, but what is certain is that changes to how BPS are awarded will mean farms and estates will need to be proactive and explore various ways to diversify their businesses.
At Carter Jonas, we are working with our clients to identify ways of maximising revenue from their land and assets.
Our next issue of Rural View magazine is all about diversification. Features include: what diversification is right for you, how to finance your idea, what planning consent you will need for your project and how to market your product. Packed with real-life stories from those that have diversified their traditional farming businesses to embrace, organic produce, renewable energy, breweries, glamping, gin distilleries and more.
To get your copy visit: www.carterjonas.co.uk/rural-view
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