Agricultural Land For Development
Our agricultural law solicitors are able to advise you in relation to the buying and selling of agricultural land for development purposes, including advising on the ancillary matters that are often involved with the transaction, and guiding you through the whole process in a step-by-step manner.
Our team will be able to guide you through the sale process dealing with any queries which are raised by the purchaser including rights of way, easements and the transfer or retention of any entitlement to subsidies. Other considerations can include any leases or licences which exist, any existing rights of way or easements that need to be granted to access land which has been retained, advise on any farm business tenancies or other tenancy documentation which may need to be drafted, liaising with your agent throughout the transaction and completing the sale of your property.
The passionate and friendly team at Blackstone Solicitors is here to guide you through what can be a complex and demanding process. Getting in touch to discuss your situation could not be easier. Simply call us on 0345 901 0445 or fill in our online contact form to allow us to get back to you at your earliest convenience.
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How we can help
With our positive and to-the-point approach, we always ensure all dealings are carried out correctly and promptly, meaning nothing is left to chance. We are proactive and direct, communicative and transparent, and will guide you along every step of the way to make sure everything runs as it should.
Blackstone is based in Manchester and we have an additional office in London We regularly take on clients from Cheshire, Chester, the rest of the UK and internationally.
Get in touch
Find out how you can benefit from our tenacious and forthright approach today by getting in touch with the team. Doing so is easy, simply give us a call on 0345 901 0445 or allow us to contact you by completing our online contact form.