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Our magazine for private individuals and their families has recently been published.
A look at the issues surrounding assets of community value after the provisions in the Localism Act 2011 came into force in September 2012.
In this edition: The launch of the firm's Rural and Agriculture sector group centre of excellence, renewable energy, the Highways Act, assets of community value and a piece on one member of the team and her successful equine-based activities.
Our expert discusses the major changes that are happening in the agricultural sector right now including risks of cyber attacks and chlorinated chickens potentially coming to the UK.
We are delighted we have joined forces with Morgan Cole from today, giving the Blake Morgan Planning team the opportunity to expand its reach into Cardiff and beyond.
Kerry Dovey looks at renewable energy and the issues surrounding its use.
In this article, our expert explores this resourceful way to harness energy through battery storage facilities.
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?
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.