Agricultural Property Disputes
When it comes to the legal aspects of land, estates and rural matters, only a true specialist can help you achieve your objectives. With over 100 years’ experience in this complex sector, Harrison Drury is one of the few regional firms that can prove to be real experts.
Harrison Drury can advise on all aspects of the law relating to both commercial and personal matters. We’re in the heart of the Lancashire and Cumbria rural sectors with clients spanning the North.
Whether it’s related to land, property, business or you and your family, disputes do happen. Handling disputes will be a drain on your time, your energy and your resources.
Our Agricultural, Land, Estates & Rural Property Team
How the ‘experience economy’ is changing the hospitality sector
Silas Heys, head of Harrison Drury’s hospitality and leisure team, looks at how guests’ changing expectations and other social factors are placing greater demands on hospitality businesses. Primarily because of…
The Future of Farming
Hosted by Barclays, Harrison Drury Solicitors and Towers & Gornall Chartered Accountants, this event is aimed at giving those owning and managing agricultural and farming businesses expert guidance and advice…
What does The New Electronics Communications Code mean for landowners?
After receiving the Royal Assent in April 2017, The New Electronics Communication Code has now come into force, as of 28 December 2018. Rhian Hawkins from Harrison Drury solicitors explores…
How will the new Digital Economy Act affect landowners?
With the new Digital Economy Act 2017 (“the Act”) having received Royal Assent on 27 April 2017, Rhian Hawkins from Harrison Drury solicitors explores how this could affect landowners. The…05/07/17
What will happen in the farming and rural sector if we leave the EU?
The EU referendum means that farmers face more questions than answers. Hannah Craig, the head of Harrison Drury’s farming and rural business team, investigates some of the key issues. Key figures…09/05/16
Is energy storage the next farm diversification opportunity?
After a period of setbacks and uncertainty, the energy storage industry is on the cusp of major growth – with farmers leading the way. Katie Kozlowska, head of the energy…
Compensation for businesses affected by Lancashire boil water notice
Was your home or business one of the 300,000 across Lancashire that was affected by the recent water crisis? While United Utilities has advised its customers in the county that…
Will 2016 see the UK withdrawing its subsidies for onshore wind power projects?
The UK’s new government has announced that as of April 2016 it will no longer provide Renewables Obligation subsidies for new onshore wind energy projects. Last week the Department of…