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More people want a remote rural holiday

Norfolk and Suffolk are both in the UK’s top 10 destinations for farm holidays in 2022, according to accommodation provider Farm Stay.

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Average farmland values at highest level since 2018

Arable farmland prices in England have risen to £9,700/acre in Q3 2021 – the highest quarterly average since early 2018.

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Dormant quarries could earn owners ‘tens of thousands’

Farmers and landowners with dormant small-scale quarries could bring them back into economic use as demand soars for local building stone.

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Demand remains strong for eastern region farmland

Strong demand for farmland is continuing – with robust levels of activity across East Anglia for both public and private sales and notable increases in value for amenity land.

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Farms offer helping hand for health

The pivotal role played by East Anglia’s countryside in boosting people’s well-being is highlighted in a new survey.

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Competition for farmland hots up in busy market

England’s farmland market is busier than it has been for some time, with many farms and estates attracting multiple bidders and selling for more than their guide price.

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New Countryside Code urges visitors to act responsibly

Farmers should welcome visitors to the countryside, says new government guidance which urges people to act responsibly when walking on rights of way.

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Changing land use offers opportunities for farmers

Global warming, government policies and environmental pressures are set to see big changes to farmland, says a report.

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Farmland market holds firm after extraordinary 2020

Farmland values rose by an average of 3% in 2020 with record low supply and relatively robust demand helping to underpin prices.

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Spring into action ahead of 2021 farmland sales season

Farmers looking to sell agricultural land in 2021 are advised to act now to capitalise on the spring sales market.

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