Whether you farm your land or allow others to do so, run a smallholding or have invested in a house and land in the country, your land and property are valuable assets. This event will help you in understanding the opportunities and potential liabilities that owning land brings.
This event is aimed at smallholders who want to understand what they can and can't do with their land, how to make the most of it and how to avoid pitfalls.
You will be taken on a farm walk where Charles de Winton, CLA Cymru Chartered Surveyor, will be giving practical advice on how to manage your land. This will include examples of pitfalls and opportunities to make the most of your land. You will be able to find out about:
- the correct agreements to have in place if you are thinking of renting your land out
- planning and diversification opportunities
- access and public rights of way
- boundary disputes and
- tree safety amongst many other things.
Fraser Mcauley, CLA Land Use Adviser will also be at the event where he will talk about "How to keep Livestock", the rules and regulations that you have to follow and the management of them, whether this be chickens, a few sheep or a herd of cattle.
We will meet at Pentre Mawr Country House at 2pm for tea and a biscuit before we set off on our walk. Please bring suitable footwear and clothing for this event which will involve walking a reasonable distance, including over some uneven ground.