Professionalism and Expertise in the Agricultural and Rural Property Sectors

Acorn Rural Property Consultants is a dynamic and forward thinking firm of Chartered Surveyors and Land Agents specialising in professional, management and agency work in the agricultural and rural property sectors. Over the years we have developed a reputation for professionalism and expertise in the agricultural and rural property sectors. Please browse our services for more information.

Our aim is to build long term relationships with our clients and their other professional advisers to ensure that we understand their needs and can help to achieve their objectives. This is reflected in a high level of repeat instructions and personal referrals. Our clients range from large property owning organisations and private estates to family farmers, developers and private individuals.

We publish regularly in the farming press and contribute to the work of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and other professional organisations.

We welcome enquiries from clients, prospective clients and their advisers and are always happy to have an initial discussion without any obligation to establish how we may be able to help.


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Homes to enable the succession of farming businesses

One of the measures in the new National Planning Policy Framework...


Grants to restore historic farm buildings

The Historic Building Restoration Grant scheme opened for applications on 29...


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Class V permitted development

“Part 3 of Schedule 2 of The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 sets out...

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Planning permission in principle

“An alternative route for obtaining planning permission was introduced earlier this year for minor housing led developments”, says Brian...

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Don’t forget Class R permitted development

“In our July 2017 article we explained Class R permitted development rights that allow the re-use of qualifying agricultural...

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New national planning policy framework

“Since our article last month about emerging national policy to support succession dwellings, the new National Planning Policy Framework...

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