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Strutt & Parker’s Land Business Podcast

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Strutt & Parker’s Land Business podcast is the latest addition to our Land Business collection, complementing our bi-annual magazine and fortnightly Land Business email series.

To subscribe to these podcasts search Land Business on your chosen podcast app or download the episodes on the links below.


Episode 1: Machinery Sharing

In the first Land Business podcast from Strutt & Parker, Philippa Hall discusses the sharing economy and what it has to offer the farming industry. Philippa pays a visit to a three-way joint venture in Warwickshire, which is saving 15% in machinery costs though their collaborative enterprise.

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Episode 2: Estate Properties

In this episode of the Land Business podcast, Philippa Hall and Strutt & Parker guests discuss estate properties. What is the emerging build-to-rent market in cities and what effect is this having on the rental market across the country? Jessica Waddington from the Strutt & Parker St Albans office believes landowners need to increase their property standards and see tenants as clients and consumers.

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The podcast series covers all sorts of rural topics, from everyday issues such as maximising income from your estate cottages, to more strategic considerations such as future proofing your estate and thinking about energy saving and generation.


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