‘Our farm – what’s the plan’ returns
‘Our farm – what’s the plan’ returned in April, much to the delight of Dorset farmers and local agricultural specialists.
The event took place on 28th April at The Langton Arms in Tarrant Monkton and was attended by more than 45 people from the surrounding areas.
Blanchards Bailey specialist solicitor, Edward O’Brien, spoke at the event, alongside Edward Dyke from Symonds and Sampson, Pat Tomlinson from Albert Goodman, and Jonathon Day from Agricultural Mortgage Corporation.
Edward O’Brien is a member of the litigation and disputes team at Blanchards Bailey and specialises in employment law. His work with individuals and employers, including local family businesses, means he can advise on all aspects of employment law and HR matters.
The evening took the form of a seminar that highlighted typical opportunities and challenges a farming family business is likely to face.
The topics covered included: borrowing money, permitted development planning rights and succession planning. There was also an opportunity for questions from the audience.
Following his presentation, Edward said: “I had a wonderful time presenting at the event and saw lots of familiar faces.
“At Blanchards Bailey, we know that running a farming or rural business can be challenging, and hopefully, the thought-provoking content the speakers shared will encourage attendees to come forward with any potential issues they have.”
Located in the heart of Dorset, Blanchards Bailey’s specialist solicitors have been advising the county’s farming families for over 90 years.
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