Diversifying or leasing your land to create habitat banks

Webinar | Agriculture

About This Webinar

Wednesday 6 July, 15:30 – 16:15

We know that biodiversity net gains provide a significant opportunity for landowners to diversify their business, but how much can be earnt and how do you mitigate the risk?

One of the options farmers can diversify into is creating habitat banks, a parcel of land where they can create a significant uplift in biodiversity. Typically they are created on low-yielding land between 10 to 100 hectares in size and can be made up of species-rich grassland, woodland, wetland, mixed scrub or rewilding sites.

They provide a secured and long-term income to landowners and a biologically diverse haven for nature.

In our latest agricultural webinar, Peter Snodgrass, Head of Agriculture and Jennie Wheildon, Director will be joined by Alexa Culver, General Counsel and Rob Wreglesworth, Principle Ecologist from the Environment Bank. This webinar will explore:

  • The legal considerations when establishing a Habitat Bank and entering into conservation covenants.

  • What the farm might look like from a legal perspective if you establish a Habitat Bank.

  • What is a Habitat Bank and what are the management requirements?

  • What are the commercial benefits of habitat creation?

  • How would a Habitat Bank work alongside current business/farming operations and sources of funding?

  • Can Habitat Banks help achieve net-zero targets?

  • How land agents can benefit from the Environment Bank model?

  • The key tax implications for creating a Habitat Bank.

This is a live webinar but if you wish to put your questions forward in advance, please email these to events@shma.co.uk

Who Should Attend

Farmers, landowners and land agents, accountants and other professional advisers

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Knowing your employment basics

Webinar | Agriculture

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Tuesday 10 May, 09:30 - 10:15

We are seeing an ever increasing rise in the number of Employment Tribunal claims being brought by aggrieved employees, and the agricultural sector is no exception.

Often an important factor contributing to an employee's decision to bring a claim is that the basics have been missed or misapplied.

In this webinar, Helen Hughes and Helen Molloy will take a look at some of the fundamentals of the employment relationship to help you check that you have the basics covered to minimise the risk of such claims including:

  • Contracts – and what has to go in them

  • Managing long and short term absence

  • How to handle disciplinaries and grievances 

  • National Minimum Wage, holidays and auto enrolment

  • Workplace disputes involving harassment including race and nationality discrimination

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Farmers and land owners, land estate owners and farming agents

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Insider Breakfast: Lincolnshire Economic Forum 2022

In Person Event | Lincolnshire Showground

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Thursday 31 March 2022, 09:00 - 10:45

Lincolnshire is leading the way in sustainability, efficient food production and green energy.

This Insider Breakfast event will look at the opportunities within the region, the investment needed in transport and how to benefit your business and sell Lincolnshire to the world.

PROGRAMME

  • 9am - Registration

  • 9:30 - Panel sessions

  • 10:45 - Close

  • Guests are invited to remain behind after the formal close for coffee and networking

To view the full panel and register for your place click here.

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Landowners and telecoms masts – is your telecoms agreement fair?

Webinar | Agriculture

About This Webinar

Thursday 24 March, 09:30 – 10:00

Farmland is among areas, including public and community buildings, often used for siting mobile phone masts and will be vital for broadening access to mobile service networks across the country, as well as establishing the superfast 5G network.

But the new Telecoms Code that was introduced at the end of 2017 – which intended to provide a framework for telecoms operators and landowners - is being blamed for shifting the balance of power into the hands of telecoms operators and most importantly reducing the amounts landowners can charge for hosting masts on their land.

In this webinar Justine Ball, Partner at Shakespeare Martineau and Andrew Cheesbrough and Thomas Parrish, Telecoms Surveyors at Arc Partners discussed the main issues landowners should know about telecoms masts on their land including:

  • Reflections on the current market trends

  • Reviewing rent review provisions and looking at whether an uplift is due now and how much a landowner could receive - what are the potential gains

  • What to do when you are approached by an operator to renew your lease – what are the pitfalls and things to avoid

  • What to do when you are approached to share or upgrade equipment with other telecoms operators – will you get paid for this

If you have a mast or telecoms agreement in place at the moment this webinar is not to be missed as you may be entitled to an uplift in your rental income.

Who Should Attend

Farmers, landowners, landed estate owners and agents, anyone with a telecoms mast on their land or anyone who has been approached by an operator.

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Arc Partners

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Arc Partners

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Farming, family and “fairness” – how to mitigate the risk of inheritance disputes

Webinar | Agriculture

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Tuesday 05 April, 09:30 - 10:15

It is no coincidence that many of the most significant court inheritance disputes are in farming families. These types of disputes are always complex, difficult, and emotive, but particularly in a farming context. Those disputes require specialist advice and representation to unpick.

This agricultural webinar focused on inheritance disputes which often have the following themes:

  • Land - this has often been passed down, added to, and consolidated over a course of decades and there is often a very strong desire for land not to be sold or split up. The land often has very significant value – both financially and emotionally.

  • Family – it is not uncommon for one child of the farming family to take the reins in the business whilst others go and pursue other careers and interests. The parents want to retain the family business so leave it to the child in the business – but this can generate resentment for the other children, which provides fertile ground for dispute.

  • Partnerships – it is not uncommon for farming businesses to be run on an informal basis, without a formal partnership agreement in place. Unfilled promises, miscommunication, and misunderstanding as to how those businesses are run can lead to unexpected and controversial outcomes, which can often pull at the seams of a family farming business.

Jonathon Stork and Andrew Wilkinson talked through the types of claims that can be brought against farming estates and what you can do to minimise the risk of those disputes arising in the first place.

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Protecting family wealth with a pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreement

Webinar | Agriculture

About This Webinar

Thursday 3 March 2022, 09:30 - 10:00

Pre and post-nuptial agreements can be very valuable, especially to those who are concerned with the protection or retention of family wealth within a divorce, such as is often the case with agricultural clients.

Such agreements can often be viewed as pessimistic, however, with the divorce rate increasing, they are rightly being recognised as realistic and protective, to not only an individual but to a family should the worst happen.

If family members do not marry but live together then cohabitation agreements can be equally useful in protecting property on a relationship breakdown.

In this webinar we will discuss:

  • When to enter into an agreement

  • What they can include

  • The differences between a post-nup and pre-nup agreement

  • When they will not apply

  • What can happen without a pre or post-nup in place

If you wish to put your questions forward in advance, please email these to events@shma.co.uk.

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Farmers and land owners, landed estate owners and agents.

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Women in Agriculture | East Midlands

Lincolnshire Showground | In person event

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Tuesday 12 October, 9:30 - 14:45 BST

Following a successful launch in 2019, we are excited to announce the return of the Women in Agriculture event for 2021.

Join us at this year's event which will include lunch, topical industry speakers and this year’s inspirational keynote from Holly Budge, adventurer, and founder of the charity, How Many Elephants and meet like-minded women working in agriculture.

The event will also include lunch and two topical industry speakers and will raise money for World Female Ranger Day, an initiative by How Many Elephants.

Please note

This event is open to members of the agricultural community only and not other professional organisations.
Ticket price: £22

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The event is specifically for women, so if you are not a woman yourself, but perhaps have a farm worker, secretary, wife, partner or daughter connected with the business or working in agriculture, we would be delighted if they came along click here to invite them.

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Partnership Agreements

The partnership is a common and often very effective business structure for those in the farming community. This bite-size webinar is intended to help you firstly identify a partnership and then look at how a written partnership can help preserve the partnership and protect the partners.

Peter Snodgrass and Jennie Wheildon will be in conversation discussing:

What you need to consider when putting a partnership agreement in place
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Agriculture: Agricultural Tenancies and Tenancy Reform

The landscape of agricultural tenancies is changing with significant reform upon the horizon and so it seemed a timely point for this bite-size webinar that will guide you through the various types of agricultural tenancy from the Agricultural Holding Act Tenancy, the Farm Business Tenancy and the common grazing licence.

Peter Snodgrass and Jennie Wheildon are in conversation discussing:

How to identify the difference between these types of tenancy
Considering common traps and pitfalls when putting these arrangements in place

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Agriculture: Brexit and the impacts on farmers and land owners

The UK has finally detached from the EU, and although we avoided a No Deal Brexit, there is a different future ahead for rural and estate landowners and farmers. There is the prospect of better trading deals with the rest of the world than we have had before.

Climate change has been widely accepted as a man-made phenomenon, and our Government is heavily committed to achieving Carbon Zero by 2050.  Environmental incentives are being devised by DEFRA for landowners.

Peter Snodgrass, Head of Agriculture at Shakespeare Martineau, is in conversation with Jason Beedell, Research Director of Strutt & Parker about the economic outlook, including the latest position on:

Trade arrangements (which will include non-tariff barriers, such as inspection certificates)
Agricultural policy and support (including the reduction of Basic Payments and the Environmental Land Management (ELM) system)
Labour (including whether seasonal workers be allowed and welcomed)
Regulation (including whether the UK Government will be able to reduce Red Tape and adopt a light touch)
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Important considerations for farm owners

Important considerations for farm owners

Farms are producing a product – food – which is being recognised as an essential commodity in a new way, against the backdrop of travel restrictions and worries about the decline in world trade.

In this webinar, we discuss some important issues including:
• Landowners: can they realistically seek planning permission at this time, and what about land already in the planning system?
• EU seasonal workers: can they be brought in to work for the growing season?
• UK Employees (e.g. in the farm shop): what are your options if there isn’t enough work to do?
• Farm Partnerships: now is the time to ensure that partnership agreements show exactly who owns the farm.

You can view past webinars at SHMA®ON DEMAND or read the latest news and views from Shakespeare Martineau

Please do let us know of future topics that you are interested in, or for more information about our webinars please contact us.

 

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