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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.

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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.

    #19 - Preparing for Compulsory Purchase: Getting the Claimant’s Ducks in a Row

    #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.

    • 17 min
    #18 - The March 2021 Budget – Support for Growth

    #18 - The March 2021 Budget – Support for Growth

    In this episode, Jeremy Moody gives a comprehensive overview of the March 2021 Budget as the Chancellor sets out the government’s plans to manage the economy out of the continuing pandemic, restore public finances and begin to build the future economy with a focus on green growth.

    • 29 min
    #17 - Relinquishment and Assignation of Agricultural Tenancies in Scotland

    #17 - Relinquishment and Assignation of Agricultural Tenancies in Scotland

    As of the 28th February, 1991 Act tenants will be able to set in motion the procedures for the possible relinquishment and potential assignation of their tenancies under the statutory changes of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016. The legislation has a dual purpose in that it will enable retiring tenants to realise the value of a secure tenancy when relinquished and could stimulate more tenanting opportunities for new entrants to farming. In this episode, Jeremy Moody talks through the statutory provisions and sets out the key points to consider.

    • 38 min
    #16 - Telecoms: what the ‘Dale Park’ case means for rural mast renewals

    #16 - Telecoms: what the ‘Dale Park’ case means for rural mast renewals

    Three years after the new Electronic Communications Code came into force, we are starting to see some clarity emerge on how the renewal of agreements for rural telecoms sites should be dealt with. In this podcast, Kate Russell of the CAAV discusses the Upper Tribunal decision in ON Tower v Green and how it can help those dealing with renewals to reach agreement.

    • 23 min
    #15 - The Agricultural Transition Plan – the biggest shake-up in farming policy for over 50 years

    #15 - The Agricultural Transition Plan – the biggest shake-up in farming policy for over 50 years

    Jeremy Moody reviews the government’s new Agricultural Transition Plan which lays out the roadmap for phasing out direct payments (Basic Payment Scheme (BPS)) and phasing in the new Environmental Land Management (ELM) scheme and productivity schemes. 

    • 24 min
    #14 - Renewing Telecoms Agreements: Where Are We Now?

    #14 - Renewing Telecoms Agreements: Where Are We Now?

    Kate Russell reviews recent case law which sheds light on the correct approach to the renewal of telecoms agreements under the Electronic Communications Code in England and Wales.

    • 23 min

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