From hills to moors demand is buoyant

November 2006
Farmers Weekly;11/10/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 19, p79
Trade Publication
The article reports on the demand for farm property in Somerset, England. The county has a wide variety of land types including hills, vales, moors and levels and, consequently, we experience a wide range of land values. The land market is still dictated by two principal factors. First, exceptionally strong demand from the amenity/equestrian buyer for smaller blocks and single paddocks. Second, competition for larger parcels of bare land from local farmers looking to expand existing units.


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