Problems with property and land

By its very nature, any equine business needs a lot of space, to be fully accessible to clients and to provide all the required facilities, such as ménages, arenas and gallops.

Consequently, when establishing such a business or relocating to new premises, there will be a number of legal ramifications, not least in terms of conveyancing, the licensing and leasing of land, and negotiations with landlords.

In addition, there are likely to be problems with planning approval, especially if local residents object to your proposals.

That’s why it’s important to work with a specialist solicitor, such as the team at Pearson Rowe, who can work to keep your planning application on track and argue your case in a manner most likely to bring the desired outcome.

We can also advise on property conversions and obtaining listed building consent if you are making significant changes to a building of specialist architectural or historic interest, as well as any issues arising between landlords and tenants.

Furthermore, our specialists can also provide guidance on issues surrounding equine grazing land, including claiming subsidies from the single payment scheme (SPS).

For more information on any of the high quality legal services provided by our equine law solicitors in Birmingham, please contact us.

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