A podcast produced by The Central Association of Agricultural Valuers (CAAV).
The CAAV is a specialist professional body representing, qualifying and briefing almost 3000 members practising in a diverse range of agricultural and rural work throughout England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
CAAV members are agricultural and rural valuers who provide professional advice on issues affecting the countryside, such as tenancy matters, sales and purchase of farms and land, taxation, compulsory purchase of land and property, auctioneering, conservation issues and farming business advice.
#24 - New Policies for Farming, Environment and Property – London, Edinburgh and Cardiff
It is only now that the Government can start its domestic programme after 18 months of wrestling with Brexit and Covid-19. With their elections, Scotland and Wales are also starting new programmes for government. In this podcast, Jeremy Moody reflects on the recent Queen’s Speech to Parliament, the outcome of the Scottish and Welsh elections and outlines the DEFRA consultation on a lump sum exit scheme and delinked payments in England.
#23 - The Value of New Technologies for the Profession - Part 2 - How to Use Them Well
In the second episode of this two-part podcast series, the CAAV’s Centenary Scholar, Simon Haley, shares his insights on how valuers and firms can evolve to use new technologies in their businesses. He talks about precision management within the business, the future of the office and the future of the profession.
#22 - The Value of New Technologies for the Profession - Part 1 - What are They?
In the first of a series of two podcast episodes, Simon Haley introduces his CAAV Centenary Scholarship Report on “The Value of New Technologies for the Profession”. He explains what is meant by “new technologies” and why valuers and their clients should be embracing the technological revolution that is taking place right now.
#21 - Silage and Slurry - Cleaner Water in Wales
Flossy Freeman-Inglis explains the new all-Wales NVZ rules including what they mean for Welsh farmers, when will they be phased in and how can CAAV members help their clients in handling any business change these new regulations may trigger.
#20 - Residential Tenancies in England
Kate Russell introduces the CAAV’s latest publication on residential tenancies: The Letting and Management of Residential Property in England and discusses the many and varied regulations which now affect the sector.
#19 - Preparing for Compulsory Purchase: Getting the Claimant’s Ducks in a Row
Compulsory purchase can be a complicated and long drawn-out process, but at its heart is the acquisition of the property by an acquiring authority. Kate Russell of the CAAV discusses how claimants and their advisers can prepare for the acquisition so that the transaction can proceed smoothly and compensation can be paid promptly.