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CLA response to the Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) guidance on the value of farmhouses when let on traditional tenancies
CLA President William Worsley said: “We are concerned that parties should not rely solely on guidance issued by the TFA, particularly as senior professionals from both the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers (CAAV) and the Royal Institution of...
[News and Press/News Archive] - [6 October 2010]
Sensible Landlord and Tenant Solutions Vital
“As the scourge of foot and mouth disease returns, it is an important time for landlords and tenants to pull together and find sensible, workable solutions to the problems we face,” said David Fursdon president of the CLA, the rural economy experts, in...
[News and Press/News Archive] - [18 September 2007]
Joint statement from the Country Land and Business Association (CLA) and Tenant Farmers Association (TFA):
The Country Land and Business Association (CLA) and Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) are urging landlords and tenants to have early discussions about possible implications arising from late receipt of Single Farm Payment particularly in relation to rent...
[News and Press/News Archive] - [15 September 2005]
CLA in the news: land prices offer opportunity for tenant farming
Speaking on the Today programme (12 Nov), the President of the Country Land & Business Association Mark Hudson outlined opportunities for tenant farmers to lease land from or enter into partnerships with new non-farming landowners.
[News and Press/News Archive] - [12 November 2004]
New agricultural tenant-landlord code a 'win-win situation' says CLA
The Country Land & Business Association (CLA) today hailed the publication of a new Code of Practice which opens out the potential for owners and tenants to reach agreements on, amongst other things, diversification projects.
[News and Press/News Archive] - [6 October 2004]
CLA welcomes tenancy reform findings
The landlord tenant system is, and must remain, at the heart of the UK's farming industry - but the future of the let sector depends on owners and tenants maintaining confidence in the system and in each other - the confidence to build practical, working...
[News and Press/News Archive] - [3 June 2003]
CLA Backs Industry Approach to Tenancy Concerns
The CLA has backed the formation of a cross-industry group to tackle the need for tenancy reform.
[News and Press/News Archive] - [22 August 2002]
Landowners welcome diversification by tenants
Claims that Landowners impede enterprise are "Unfounded"
[News and Press/News Archive] - [22 August 2002]
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