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English lowland Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) entitlements have started trading at about £150/ha this year. The number of deals that have taken place to date is very limited, but there is an expectation that prices could firm when the trading period gets busier after Christmas. Hugh Townsend of Exeter-based letting agent Townsends said he struck his first deals of the 2018 year in mid-September, with non-severely disadvantaged area (non-SDA) entitlements selling for £150/ha plus VAT. See also: Weaker sterling delivers […]
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