Agriculture and Rural

The power to charge more: the proliferation of battery storage facilities on agricultural land

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In this article, our expert explores this resourceful way to harness energy through battery storage facilities. More …

Michael Gove's appointment as Environment Secretary: A return to frontline politics

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After a spell on the sidelines Michael Gove is back on the frontbench of Theresa May's cabinet as Environment Secretary, but what does this mean for the agricultural sector? More …

The migrant workers shortage in agriculture

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With Brexit on the horizon, farmers are facing difficulties as they rely on the labour of migrants for the sustainability of their agri-businesses. Our article looks at previous arrangements for EU and non-EU migrant workers. More …

The new Electronic Communications Code: Should landowners be concerned?

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The new Electronic Communications Code introduces a set of 'Code Rights' and regulations to provide greater freedom to operators to improve their networks. But what does this mean for landowners? More …

Land Registry delay: Mind the Gap

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A recent case highlights the importance of accurate and timely applications for registration of matters at Land Registry. Due to an inaccurate plan being filed there was a delay in registration of the transfer of some land.. More …

Abolition of the Agricultural Wages Board – Final Piece of the Jigsaw?

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As most employers in the Agricultural sector will know, the Agricultural Wages Board (AWB) which determines the Agricultural Wages Order (AWO) in England and Wales was abolished on 25th June 2013. More …