The nation’s tourism industry is vitally important to the economy and the communities it serves. Many businesses in the sector have, and are continuing to face, severe disruption due to Covid-19. Roger Parry & Partners are pleased the Government has finally recognised the importance of these sectors and is making alterations to extend the holiday season via planning permission changes.
A rare opportunity has arisen to purchase a beautiful period farmhouse, a range of modern and traditional farm buildings and land situated in an idyllic and beautiful part of the Shropshire countryside.
We have warmly welcomed the Welsh Government’s announcement to cut Land Transaction Tax in Wales.
We have warmly welcomed the Chancellor’s announcement to drastically cut Stamp Duty in England.
The most radical reforms to England’s planning system since the Second World War have been announced this week by the Government. Chartered Surveyors, Roger Parry & Partners, have warmly welcomed the government’s pledge to start a new approach to planning.
We have welcomed new measures to be introduced this week to help the construction industry boost building and return to work safely.
Phase three of the Farming Recovery Fund (FRF) opens today, 19 June 2020, for applications and we are urging farmers with flood-affected land in parts of Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire and Nottinghamshire to apply.
We are donating £100 to charity for each and every house we put on the market up until 31 July 2020. The donations are a thank you for the outstanding work done by those in the NHS and care sector during the Covid19 pandemic.
We have welcomed the Welsh Government’s announcement this morning to help support dairy farmers overcome the impact of the coronavirus outbreak.
We have welcomed the Westminster Government’s announcement to help support English dairy farmers overcome the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak.
With the 2020 BPS application window open Roger Parry & Partners urges farmers to get in touch to fill in their forms
With the 2020 Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) application window now open, Roger Parry and Partners are urging farmers in both England and Wales to get in contact with one of their expert land management professionals to complete this year’s form as soon as possible.
In this month’s Ask the Experts column, Clare Williams, Associate in our Llanidloes office is asked:
Q. I’ve recently taken on more land in England, is it worth me buying entitlements if BPS is going?