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Farmland values rose by 5.4% in the first quarter of 2010
English farmland continues upbeat performance in 2010 as investors and overseas buyers return to market.
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Brownfield targets 'slow down house building'
A government target that requires 60% of new homes to be built on brownfield sites is slowing down house building and restricting growth in urban areas, a think-tank claims.
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Agricultural land key part of investment
Farm land across the UK could be on the shopping list for Cambridgeshire County Council's pension fund.
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Why this man chose farms over funds
Investors, such as fund manager Graham Birch, are being drawn to agriculture by the increasing demand for food. and the tax breaks.
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City money drives farmland prices up
Investors see farmland as a lifestyle choice and a hedge against tough times - and they like the tax breaks
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'Buy farmland' advises Dr Marc "Doom" Faber
The world's most powerful investors have been advised to buy farmland by Marc Faber, the notoriously bearish market pundit, who predicted the 1987 stock market crash.
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UK house building hits lowest since 1946
The number is the lowest since 1946, when official records began and represents a 17 per cent drop on the number completed in 2008.
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Price of farmland rises as investors pile in
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors said strong demand for farmland, combined with a shortage of supply, caused prices to rise during the six months to the end of December, after they fell slightly during the first half of the year.
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The latest RICS Rural Land Market Survey
Farmland prices rebounded during H2 2009 (by between 4% and 8% depending on the measure), having fallen in the previous half.
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UK Land prospects still strong
Agents' surveys put the average value of farmland about 30% higher than in 2007.
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Farmland prices increase by 164%
English farmland market ends the decade with a flourish as values hit a new record high, says Knight Frank.
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Farmers to shape the 2010 market.
City money made a surprising return to the English land market in 2009, helping to push arable land values back up in the second half of the year.
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Make the most of Housing Potential
Landowners should be actively promoting land for development ready to make the most of the economic upturn, according to land agent Bidwells.
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Future Farmland value trends
It's been an uncertain year for farmland values. There have been plenty of buyers worried prices will rise again, while sellers have held back, fearing the icy fingers of recession will nip farmland prices.
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Horses Horses Everywhere
Learn more about the ever increasingly popular equestrian land and why the demand for this type of land has grown.

Fuel for Thought
The argument for land use continues pushing land value prices to an all time high. Which is the priority, Food or BioFuels?

Greenbelt sale sparks development fears
A swathe of greenbelt land has been sold off - sparking fears among residents that developers are waiting to move in.

Brown to put homes shortage at centre of new agenda
A major building programme designed to increase the supply of new homes by 220,000 a year is needed to prevent an escalation in the crisis.

How long before the belt buckles?
Developers could build on 'low grade' agricultural land to meet housing needs.

Green Belt should be abolished
Green Belt land which for decades has protected fields and open space around towns and cities should be "abolished", a think tank has urged.

Gateway Interim Plan Finds Space for 40,000 more Homes
Provision for an extra 40,000 new dwellings in the London part of the Thames Gateway growth area has been highlighted in the area's interim plan, just published.

Plans for 105 affordable homes on green belt
Plans for 105 affordable homes on Greenbelt land in Reigate have been submitted to borough planners for scrutiny.

Green or Greed
Campaigners have condemned proposals to build properties for 409,000 new households in the West Midlands as "environmental vandalism".

2,400 acres of green belt lost each year
An average of 2,400 acres of undeveloped green belt is being built on each year, the Government has admitted in a parliamentary written answer.


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