Farnfields specialists can assist you in buying and selling woodlands or buying large properties which may comprise areas of woodland.
When dealing with woodland transactions, it is important to consider a number of key issues relating to:-
- Rights of way
- Woodland grant schemes
- Environmental schemes
- Sporting rights
- Tree preservation orders
- Whether or not the land is registered or unregistered land
We work regularly with agents, accountants, tax advisors and other professionals to ensure any transaction is structured according to your needs. We also have external professional connections and other experts within Farnfields who can help you on a variety of associated matters (such as inheritance tax, family succession planning and disputes) which may relate to your woodlands transaction from time to time.
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