News & Events

Could you benefit from Scotland’s AECS Scheme?

4th February 2019

The government are currently encouraging the submission of applications of the AECS Scheme, urging farmers to explore how they can benefit from AECS and access the environmental and economic opportunities of low-carbon farming. The Agri-Environment Climate Scheme (AECS), which is now open for applications, promotes appropriate management for vulnerable and […]

Interest in region’s farms to rent expected to remain high

23rd January 2019

As H&H Land and Property announce details of its First Farm Business Tenancy Opportunity of the year, the letting of the 100-acre Hole of Lyne farm near Carlisle, Thomas Armstrong, Associate Director and Chartered Surveyor, comments on the current level of interest for rented farms in Cumbria and gives some […]

What are the Opportunities for Farmers and Landowners?

20th December 2018
Farm Business Advice

As we head towards 2019, David Morley Head of Conservation and Environment for H&H Land and Property reviews the highs and lows of the 2018 Rural Grants and Schemes and looks at what 2019 might hold.   In 2018, Basic Payment Scheme [BPS] claims were made much more complex by […]

Land and Property Round Up – 2018

20th December 2018

Craig Brough, Associate Director and Chartered Surveyor at H&H Land and Property   The demand for all types of rural property, with the exception of development sites which have always been more difficult to sell, has been very strong, and this has led to a continuation of new instructions for […]

Steady, and Ready for Change

20th December 2018
Land Agency

Colin Tomlinson, recently appointed Managing Director for one of the foremost agents in the North of England, H&H Land and Property, looks back on what he describes as a “Year of Steady Growth” for the business, and looks forward to next year with the implications of ‘Brexit’.   In spite […]

Outstanding Livestock Smallholding to be Sold at Auction

29th November 2018

We have recently announced to the market Well Head; an exceptional smallholding with associated land extending to 88-acres, stone barn, extensive outbuildings and a stone-built farmhouse, near Wigton in Cumbria. Being sold by Mrs Luckett, who was very successful in breeding and showing Longhorn Cattle, this independent smallholding offers an […]

New Graduate Surveyor Joins the Team

15th November 2018
Land Agency

Rural Property Advisor appoints Katie Proctor to the Carlisle Office.   H&H Land and Property (HHLP) has just announced the appointment of Katie Proctor as a Graduate Surveyor, joining the company’s team at their Carlisle Office. A former pupil of Queen Elizabeth High School in Hexham, she recently graduated from […]

Rural Sector’s Budget Bonuses

8th November 2018

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

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, […]