News & Events

Rural Sector’s Budget Bonuses

8th November 2018
General

The Chancellor’s proposals have a broadly positive outlook, as far as Regional Land & Property Is Concerned Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Philip Hammond’s budget, delivered on the 29th October, has been billed by many to show that the UK’s austerity measures may finally be coming to an end. To many, […]


Katie Hunter Achieves Professional Status

1st November 2018
General

Katie secures her place with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and H&H Land and Property has another MRICS team member. H&H Michael CL Hodgson are delighted to announce that Mrs Katie Hunter, of Sedbergh, Cumbria, has successfully passed her RICS examinations and joins the Royal Institution of Charted Surveyors. […]


Ambitious New Entrants Invest in Improvements

31st October 2018
Land Agency

In 2014, Trevor and Gemma Dobson were successful in securing a 15-year farm business tenancy in Cumbria, through H&H Land and Property. Here we find out their approach to winning the tenancy and their future business plans.   In 2014, Richard Jackson, appointed Craig Brough, from H&H Land and Property, […]


Land Agency Appoints New Managing Director

23rd October 2018
General

One of Cumbria’s Most Highly Respected Chartered Surveyors and Rural Practitioners Takes on Leading Role with H&H Land and Property.     The H&H Group PLC has today announced the appointment of Colin Tomlinson as Managing Director for its growing land agency business, H&H Land and Property Ltd [HHL&P], one […]


New Staff at H&H Land and Property Durham

9th October 2018
General

The Durham office of H&H Land and Property (HHLP) have further strengthened their position within the North of England Rural Property industry, with the appointment of three new members of staff.   Hannah Maynard and Matthew Imrie have both been appointed to the role of Rural Surveyor, and Louise Stones […]


Preparing to Meet a Perfect Storm?

14th August 2018
General

Agriculture is caught between the consequences of the climate and the decision to leave the EU.   Craig Brough, Associate Director & Chartered Surveyor of H&H Land & Property, takes a look at today, and discusses what is waiting in 2019.   Collaboratively, the weather and politics have produced a […]


Your FBT Must Have Competitive Advantage

14th August 2018
Farm Business Advice

“There is certainly no decline in the demand for people looking to rent farms, so anyone looking to take on a Farm Business Tenancy (FBT) needs to ensure that they and their application stands out from the rest”, this is the message from Matthew Wallace, Associate & Chartered Surveyor, for […]


A Brief Guide to Facilitate a Quick Sale of your Farm and Land

10th August 2018
Land Agency

A wide range of factors need to be considered in the modern farm and land market, however Property Preparation involving the Professionals, i.e. your land agent and agricultural solicitors at an early stage, prior to launching is crucial.   Nowadays it is all about detail, detail, detail. Farms and land […]


Examining the worth of Woodland Management Planning in a climate of rising timber values.

23rd July 2018
General

The recent high prices in the timber market have been of great benefit to many a woodland owner, but how many owners have the standing timber but are not in a position to take advantage of the upturn in the market? We are finding that more and more land owners […]


Farmers Benefitting from Multi Million Grant Scheme

18th July 2018
Farm Business Advice

H&H Land and Property sees farmers across Cumbria Benefitting from an Innovative grant scheme, for cutting-edge equipment purchases across all sectors.   H&H Land and Property has been successful in obtaining Hundreds of Thousands of pounds worth of grants, for a number of rural investments, under the RPDE Countryside Productivity […]