The team at Rostons are celebrating as Jonathan Bell has very recently passed his RICS examinations, achieving MRICS status and making him a fully qualified Rural Chartered Surveyor.
Following the success of the last round of the Countryside Small Productivity Grant Scheme Michael Gove has announced another round will open in early 2019. Rostons, as Land Agents in Cheshire helped a number of Clients to successfully apply for the grant in the last round and will look to help more this time.
The HS2 Phase 2B working draft Environmental Statement has been published today (11th October 2018). The Environmental Statement is a substantial assessment of the impact of the proposed scheme which has to be submitted as part of the Hybrid Bill. The draft Environmental Statement details the loss of residential/commercial property, damage to protective species and habitats, impact of noise and visual impact and the affect on farm businesses.
This round of the Countryside Productivity Small Grant Scheme has now closed, if you are a successful applicant, remember your Grant Claim Form needs to be submitted with all other information in the specified claim period which for most applicants is mid September. Please get in touch with Rostons if you have any issues, we will endeavour to assist you as ever with agricultural advice.