14th December 2018

Farmers Weekly Business Clinic: preparing to diversify

Letting out buildings for non-farming use, retailing farm produce, providing tourist accommodation and catering, and hosting sport and recreation activities remain among the most common forms of diversification. But how does it work?

Letting out buildings for non-farming use, retailing farm produce, providing tourist accommodation and catering, and hosting sport and recreation activities remain among the most common forms of diversification. But how does it work?

In this week’s special Business Clinic, Thrings partners Duncan Sigournay, Mary Chant and Alex Madden discuss the tenancy, commercial and planning considerations of getting a diversification project off the ground.

Click here to read the full article in Farmers Weekly.


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