Farmland in Dorset© Nicholas and Sherry Lu Aldridge/FLPA/imageBROKER/Rex/Shutterstock
Figures out today will add weight to concerns that farmland values have not only slowed but actually started to fall. The average value of bare agricultural land in England fell 1.7% in the last quarter of 2015, compared with the previous quarter, from £8,306/acre to £8,165/acre, according to Knight Frank’s Farmland Index. In Scotland, the average value of bare land fell 1.5% to £4,366/acre in the second half of last year compared with the first six months. In England this […]
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