Agricultural and Rural Law
JWK Solicitors have a dedicated team of specialist agricultural and rural lawyers with decades of hands on experience in farming and rural affairs. Our highly respected and knowledgeable team provide intelligent support and a wealth of practical solutions to the challenges facing farmers, landowners and rural businesses today.
We are able to advise on a range of issues, from farm tenancies and grazing licences to environmental and welfare issues, and act for a large variety of clients from all over the country. All our legal support is informed by our professional expertise and grounded in our personal understanding of rural businesses and livelihoods.
Heading up the Agricultural and Rural Team is Anthony Rickards Collinson, a Board Director at JWK, who is highly regarded for his wide-ranging expertise in Estate Planning, tax advice and rural property.
Our agricultural law services include:
- Buying and Selling (including landed estates, agricultural land and forestry)
- Landlord and Tenant
- Dispute Resolution
- Estate Planning
- Rural Property
- Specialist Property Issues
- Rights/restrictions over land
- Environmental Issues
- Animal Welfare
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- Commercial Property
- Intellectual Property
- Agriculture & Rural Matters
- Dispute Resolution
- Local Authority Licensing
Tony has worked at JWK Solicitors (and Whiteside and Knowles before the merger) since 1978. Tomy is recommended in the Legal 500, for agriculture and country... Read more
Josie joined JWK in 2016. Josie completed her Law degree in Leeds and has recently completed the Legal Practice Course at University of Central Lancashire obtaining the... Read more
George has completed his training contract at JWK in October 2017 working at our Morecambe office in the Agriculture department supervised by Director Anthony Collinson and... Read more
Avelina specialises in agricultural and rural property work, acting for land owners, farmers, landed estates and charities. She is a Fellow of the Agricultural Law Association, of... Read more
The figures, released by the government, cover the period up to 31 March this year.