matthew alexander
Associate, Rural

Matthew is a Senior Rural Surveyor with experience in the sale of rural properties in the south east. 

Matthew’s primary role is within the rural agency team and covers a wide area in the South East, primarily in Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire.

He was employed straight from University in 2014 and has supported Partners since then across the firm with the purchase and sale of rural property including traditional family farms, commercial farms both let and farmed in hand and a range of rural development opportunities.

Matthew also advises clients on the re-use of redundant agricultural buildings by adding value prior to a sale. He has also successfully marketed and secured tenants for premises, which include storage units, workshops and rural offices.

Matthew assists with a range of rural valuations for private clients and banks for secured lending and tax purposes and advises farmers and landowners on landlord and tenant matters, single farm payment and environmental schemes.

Recent projects

  • Sale of a 650-acre farm let on an AHA 1986 Tenancy and an ATA 1995 Tenancy in Cambridgeshire.
  • Off-market sale of a range of former quarries to a National Angling Club.
  • Sale of a small family farm in Bedfordshire for the Executors and enacted a swift deal in an uncertain market.
  • Sale of a large block of prime arable land in Hertfordshire, achieving a sale price in excess of the guide.


  • Estate Management
  • Rural Planning
  • Rural Agency - Home Counties



  • Sale of a farm in Buckinghamshire with planning permission for a range of barns.
  • Receivership sale for a farm in the London Borough of Hillingdon, including a range of farm buildings, commercial offices and 150 acres of permanent pasture and woodland.
  • Successfully achieved permission for the conversion of a grain store and traditional agricultural buildings to residential dwellings in Northamptonshire

  • Rural Property Valuation
  • Land Use and Diversification
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