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The agricultural land market in Britain

The agricultural land market in Britain

an in-depth study of its mechanism, for owners, investors and advisers by Jones Lang Wootton.

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Published by Jones Lang Wootton in London .
Written in English


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ContributionsJones Lang Wootton (Firm)
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Open LibraryOL14377837M

Agricultural land use and ownership (Tables ) The utilised agricultural area (UAA) in England increased by % between and and now stands at almost million hectares. The total croppable area accounts for just over half (54%) of UAA and has increased by % to million hectares in Agricultural revolution, gradual transformation of the traditional agricultural system that began in Britain in the 18th century. Aspects of this complex transformation, which was not completed until the 19th century, included the reallocation of land ownership to make farms more compact and an increased investment in technical improvements, such as new machinery, better drainage, scientific.

Since , the California Chapter, ASFMRA has been providing land and lease value information on California's rural properties through its Trends® in Agricultural Land & Lease Values report. In , the state of Nevada was added and in , the California regions expanded to . split in agricultural and non-agricultural land. It is not a guide to where each land-type is located 11m acres m acres tonne —Agricultural land The UK has the third largest agricultural area, behind France and Spain. Of this, 64% is grassland and 36% is cropping ground. Of the 11 countries analysed, the Netherlands has.

No matter what methods you use to determine the value of agricultural land, the goal is to establish a sound financial base for land use decisions. In , land accounted for 79 percent of a farm's total business assets. It usually is the collateral farmers use for operating loans, so accurate valuation is. Approximately 70% of the total UK area is utilised for agriculture (some million hectares). 1 • 19% of UK land is used for arable crops such as wheat and barley, and 1% for horticultural crops. 2 • Some , people were working in the UK agricultural sector in and , agricultural holdings.


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