The Bank of England looks set to pump yet more money into the ailing economy as it battles with rising lockdowns and Covid-19 cases.
Government plans to shake up the planning system in order to create more and better houses are welcome but risk leaving the rural community behind, say experts.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak said the government is "grappling with something that is unprecedented" after figures showed the UK economy suffered its biggest slump on record.
The UK's economy shrank by 20.4% in April - the largest monthly contraction on record - as the country spent its first full month in lockdown.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said the "historic" fall affected virtually all areas of activity.
Seasonal agricultural workers arriving in the UK will not have to self-isolate for 14 days, as long as they follow specific instructions, the government has announced.
A code of practice to support landlords and tenants during the coronavirus pandemic has been extended to include agricultural businesses.
Forecast slump in GDP of 11.5% will exceed falls by France, Italy, Spain and Germany
An increase in environmental awareness has strengthened investors’ interest in an expanding forestry market.
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The land and property market has been dealt another blow by the coronavirus pandemic, after struggling through Brexit uncertainty and difficult weather conditions.
Thousands of British people have applied to work on UK farms following an urgent appeal to help feed the nation during the coronavirus pandemic.
Farm rents across England were 3% higher year-on-year for farm business tenancy (FBT) and seasonal agreements in 2018-2019, according to latest government figures.
The Budget has simultaneously pleased and infuriated environmentalists by promising long-awaited green measures whilst expanding roads and freezing fuel duty.
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The average farm manager earns £49,523 including any bonuses and profit share payments.
In addition to this, they receive an estimated £8,368 in non-cash benefits such as housing, vehicle use and utility payments.
In the rare event that a large holding comes to the market in Northern Ireland, high demand from non-farming buyers pushes prices to a premium.
Farmers and estate owners who sell off residential properties will have just 30 days to pay any capital gains tax (CGT) due after new rules come into force on 6 April.
A three-tier Environmental Land Management (ELM) scheme is being proposed by government as it seeks to move away from farm support based on direct payments to one centred on “public money for public goods”.
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