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Avoiding Cattle and Calves

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Cattle have been at the heart of the English countryside for over a thousand years. They have provided vital sources of food, leather and power for generations and have shaped the landscape fundamentally through the process of grazing. You cannot walk along...

RAAC risk from a landlord's perspective

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RAAC (‘Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete’) has been the centre of a recent media storm. A cheaper but weaker alternative to traditional concrete, RAAC was a popular building material in the 1950s especially within public buildings has been...

Combatting Fly Tipping

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As the cost of living has bitten, the crime of fly tipping has also increased as more and more people, rather than paying the disposal costs of removing waste though legitimate means, dump it on the fields, tracks, gateways and woodlands of our countryside....

To Licence or to lease?

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What could be simpler than allowing a friend, neighbour or a third party to use your field for grazing their animals? It is not as straightforward as it may seem and there are a number of different issues to consider, the first of which is whether you are...

Can rural crime be prevented?

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Rural crime has plagued our farming community for many years and as the cost-of-living crisis bites, the incentive for theft of farm equipment and machinery, poaching, fly-tipping and theft of livestock is likely to increase further. Given the stretched...