Rural housing issues a barrier to retiring farmers and new entrants
Posted on: 23 October, 2019
Farmers, Retirement and Housing in the United Kingdom: A review of the issues, experiences and possible answers – looks at the impact of access to housing for retiring farmers, and the subsequent impact on the industry.
Released by University College of Estate Management (UCEM), The Central Association of Agricultural Valuers (CAAV), The Prince’s Countryside Fund, Royal Agricultural University and Northumbrian Water Group, with support from a steering group including Addington Fund, the report identifies and examines the measures needed to enable those who wish to retire from the agricultural industry to do so without fear or hardship.
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The aim of this study was to explore resilience and wellbeing in the UK construction sector, specifically looking at mental health in construction and how this is affected by financial…
PropTech Education Integration Framework (PEIF)
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