We offer farms for sale in Lincolnshire and the East Midlands as well as estates and land for sale. Our long established team of agricultural estate agents are dedicated to providing a high standard of service to our clients. We advise on the sale of many types of agricultural property such as arable land, pasture, woodland, rural businesses and equestrian properties. Search farms for sale or to let below.
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Enter our next sale on Saturday 26th March
Our next sale, Farmers' Spring Machinery Sale, is on Saturday 26th March, and will begin at 9:45am. Lots may be viewed on Friday 25th March from 12 noon until 4.00pm and the morning of the sale.
Location: Adjacent to the A17/A52 Bicker Bar roundabout
Agricultural & Rural Business Services
As members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Central Association of Agricultural Valuers, we are able to offer you a range of rural valuation services including:
||Valuations for Probate
Farm Investments and Acquisitions
If you are interested in a real asset that pays good current income and dividends, hedges against inflation and also has tremendous value, consider farmland investment.
Farmland stands out as an asset that can be a safe haven from global financial and economic instability since farmland does not respond to the same factors as those which influence financial assets such as stock and bonds.
As one of the East Midlands leading agricultural practices we are ideally placed to advise on acquisitions and investments in the area. Our local knowledge and established rural contacts give us an advantage when investing in agricultural land.
Agricultural Planning and Development
The rural surveyors and valuers within our agricultural team are highly experienced at helping farmers and landowners make the most of their assets. By working closely with our commercial, new homes and residential teams we can provide the following services.
- Alternative use assessments
- Residential development
- Employment development
- Agricultural and equestrian projects
- Farm diversification
- Barn conversions
- Agricultural occupancy conditions
- Tourism and leisure development
- Renewable energy and energy conservation
- Rights of way
Dispute Mediation and Resolution
As mediators we aim to reach a mutually agreed solution for all parties whilst remaining impartial. Unfortunately disputes or disagreements do occur, however if handled professionally and quickly a satisfactory solution can often be achieved.
Examples of disputes which may be resolved by mediation are.
- Landlord and tenant
- Business shareholding disputes
- Boundary / title disputes
- Water supplies and drainage