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Power of tourism sector revealed at Bidwells rural seminar

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Tourism generates more revenue and provides more employment for the rural sector than farming, John Hoy, Head of Rural at Bidwells, revealed at a special rural seminar last week.

Bidwells’ EIA Seminars Warn Developers Of Imminent Changes To Legislation

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A series of seminars has been delivered by Bidwells focusing on the imminent changes to Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) legislation and the impact these will have on property developers and local authorities.

Permission in Principle – How Helpful Will It Be?

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Insufficient time has passed to know whether February’s Housing White Paper ‘Fixing our Broken Housing Market’ will live up to its billing.

University Passivhaus awarded International Service accolade

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The multi-million-pound Centre for Medicine at the University of Leicester scooped a prestigious international award at the S-Lab Awards 2017.

Assessing your property for a sporting chance

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Most rural businesses will now have received enquiry forms from the Assessor’s Office with a multitude of questions seeking to gather information about your rural business, the structure of your asset in terms of land type and quality and what opportunities it provides for shooting, fishing, stalking and related field sports.

Major Chelmsford housing scheme celebrated at special event

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The topping out of a new 14 storey tower was the high point at a special event held today (5 May) to celebrate the City Park West development in Chelmsford city centre.

Advice for Basic Payment Schemes

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There are just a few weeks left to submit 2017 Basic Payment Scheme claims. And with pressure on farm profits, it’s more important than ever to make sure claims are accurate and correct. Bidwells’ Beth Duchesne examines the 2017 claim process

A Brave New World, British Farming Post Brexit | Rural Outlook 2017

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Since the starting gun was fired at the result of the Brexit referendum, there has been – and continues to be – a huge debate about the nature and scope of future UK agricultural policy once we are out of the European Union.

Compulsory purchase and the changing face of infrastructure projects | Rural Outlook 2017

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We can see that the Government is putting its money where its mouth is by simply looking at a few of the most recent infrastructure schemes that are being promoted
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