Land Management

Land management is extremely varied and we believe that because we have been managing land in this region since 1845 we have a good understanding of what is needed to help our clients. Halls Rural Professional are involved in the management of in excess of 25,000 acres in Shropshire, Worcestershire, Mid Wales, Herefordshire, the West Midlands and neighbouring counties. Our Rural Professional team work with clients ranging from private landowners and farmers to traditional rural estates and institutions. We also regularly deal with landlord and tenant issues for both residential and agricultural tenancies. We identify key objectives; maximising annual income, tax implications and cash flow.


Whatever aspect of land management you require assistance with, Halls Rural Professional team are on hand to help make managing your property easier and more profitable.

Rural Land Management

Halls Rural Professional team have decades of experience in setting up and managing:

  • Farm Business Tenancies
  • Agricultural Holding Act (1986) Tenancies including Tenancy Succession Applications
  • Contract Farming and Share Farming Arrangements (ideal for tax planning)
  • Residential Tenancies

We regularly offer our specialist advice to clients on issues such as:

  • Tenancy renewals
  • Rent reviews including Arbitrations
  • Management and day-to-day property administration
  • Tenant liaison and dispute resolution
  • Rent and service charge collection or payment
  • Arrears management, cash flow forecasting and accounting
  • Tender and supervision of maintenance works
Why Halls

Halls has been dealing with issues surrounding land management for over 150 years and our Rural Professional team has decades of experience in finding favourable outcomes for our clients. We work closely with a range of professionals including solicitors and accountants meaning whatever support you need, we can help.

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Contact Details

Bowmen Way

Tel: 01743 450 700
Fax: 01743 443 759

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