Ansons spring farming seminar reveals 2017 NFU policies and Brexit implications

6th June 2017

The agricultural law team at Ansons Solicitors in Staffordshire is celebrating the success of their recent spring farming seminar with Bruton Knowles.

Neil Faunch, senior associate solicitor in the agricultural law team at Ansons was joined by Gareth Lay from Bruton Knowles and guest speaker, NFU West Midlands Regional Director, Robert Newbery, to speak on the recent changes and developments in agricultural law, and what to consider before selling land.

Robert Newbury gave an interesting insight into the work of the NFU and outlined their main focus and policies for the coming years, particularly in the light of Brexit. Gareth Lay updated attendees on land values and what can impact land and farm values, while Neil Faunch outlined the key considerations to make before rural land and property is put on the market, and discussed some of the issues that can arise when selling land.

Neil Faunch commented, ‘We were delighted to run the seminar with Bruton Knowles and really appreciate Robert Newbury attending to provide an interesting insight into the NFU. It was a brilliant event that was well received by our clients and other professionals who attended.’

As this was such an important event, we want to share the information with you. Click here to request a copy of the presentations.

For more advice about agricultural law contact Neil Faunch on 01543 267191 or email Ansons Solicitors has offices in Cannock and Lichfield, and Sutton Coldfield by appointment only.