Farmers Weekly Email dated 3.3.22

Sale & Leaseback - Now available on demand

Institutional investors are looking to buy land with long term development potential and offering tenancies to vendors, typically of 30-40 years, enabling them to continue farming. A share of the uplift in value once planning permission is achieved is often part of the deal.

Watch the recording of our Sales and Leaseback webinar to find out if this is something you should be considering and hear the answers to questions like:

  • What would be a suitable site for this sort of arrangement?

  • If I was interested in taking this forward, what should I do?

  • I understand the importance of finding the right partner, what sort of institutions are in this market?

  • What happens if the buyer doesn’t get planning permission for some or all of the land during the period of the agreement?

  • What sort of share can I expect to receive of the net sale receipts?

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