Our 2020 issue of Landed Estates Annual Review looks at the challenges and opportunities for landowners, estates and rural businesses. Our articles include:
An interview with the president of the CLA: Mark Bridgeman kindly agreed to speak to us about the many challenges CLA members face.
Carbon reporting, capture and trading for landowners: Large corporates and LLPs must now report on their carbon emissions. Ultimately all businesses may need to do this. But where do landowners fit in?
Lights, camera… income? Allowing your house or estate to be used as a location for filming can be lucrative, but there are pitfalls…
A British period drama with a Hollywood twist: An American film producer, actor and comedian is fighting to save his ancestral home from dereliction.
Investing in equipment? Purchasing equipment or assets can be a significant investment. Here are 10 key considerations that should help to inform your decision.
Death and taxes: We visit the fictional Summerton Estate for the last time. Ted has died and the estate is to be sold. Our article considers the implications.
Unlocking the value of archives: Families may be surprised at the value of their archives.
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