The land extends to approximately 127 acres (51 ha) in total and comprises 121.3 acres (49 hectares) of productive arable land, capable of producing yields of around 10 tonnes per hectare of first milling wheat, and 4 tonnes per hectare of oil seed rape. The majority of the land is classified as Grade 2 on the Agricultural Land Classification Maps, with some parts on the eastern side classified as Grade 3.
The soils are a Coombe 1 association which are well-drained, lime-rich and of a fine silt. The land is well suited to spring and autumn-sown cereals and other crops including grass.
The land includes 3.9 acres (1.6 ha) of woodland and 2 acres (0.8 ha) of tracks.
The Land at Woodlands Farm is located south of the cathedral city of Canterbury between the villages of Barham, Bridge and Adisham. The villages provide a range of local amenities including village shops and public houses.
The land is easily accessed from the public highway and is within close proximity to the A2. Coldharbour Lane (which links to Woodlands Road) has direct access to the A2 which is 1.3miles from “Larches” field. In addition, there is a right of way in favour of the land along Ileden Lane which has direct access to the A2 and is approxamately half a mile from the southern tip of the land.