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Expertise in agricultural tenancies & agri-environmental schemes

Wrigleys routinely advise on the Basic Payment and Stewardship Schemes and their interaction with sales, lettings, contract farming and restructuring.

The team also advise on multiple-party Stewardship Agreements - often in the context of common land and upland agricultural property.

Where required, the Agricultural Property Team collaborate with Tax & Estate Planning colleagues to ensure these Schemes sit properly in any restructuring. 

Advisers experienced in all forms of agricultural tenancies

Our advice includes:

  • Preparation of tenancies to maximise available Inheritance Tax reliefs.
  • Succession Tenancies, rent reviews, service of Notices and other tenancy queries.
  • Restructuring tenancies in the context of diversification.
  • the many different forms of residential tenancies including those applicable to agricultural workers.

"He's very knowledgeable, calm and professional. He demystified a lot of the complexities of the transaction for us."


"The thing that Wrigleys has got over other firms is its depth and number of skilled practitioners."

- Chambers & Partners 2019

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Direct Line: 0113 204 5738

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Leeds

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