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Agriculture, Landed Estates & Farm Tax 2023
Tuesday, 4th July 2023
Prospero HouseLondon

Tuesday, 4th July 2023
Prospero House,
London

Agriculture, Landed Estates & Farm Tax 2023

Harvest your knowledge, reap the rewards: Join us in London for the latest guidance and essential practical tips for tax and estate planning in the world of agriculture.

With a return to the much-vaunted face-to-face format, this conference is a fantastic opportunity to connect with peers and forge new connections within the private client and tax intermediary network

THE PROPOSITION

Why Attend?

The Agriculture, Landed Estates, and Farm Tax conference is a must-attend event for anyone involved in the agriculture and farming industry. This conference brings together experts and professionals to discuss the latest trends, challenges, and opportunities in the sector. From managing tax liabilities and estate planning to exploring new farming technologies, attendees will gain valuable insights and practical advice to optimise their clients' operations and finances. 

Returning to the favoured in-person format, this event provides a unique platform for networking, learning, and collaboration, helping attendees stay ahead of the curve in the ever-evolving agricultural landscape. Join us to connect with industry leaders, share experiences, and gain knowledge that can transform your clients' business.

Who should attend?

This one-day farming conference has been designed for professionals who want to stay ahead of the latest changes in the farming and rural business sector. Attendees include: 

  • Lawyers
  • Tax Advisers
  • Trust Advisers
  • Accountants

What will we be covering?

This year's topics include:

  • Succession and Intergenerational Change
  • The Opportunity of Natural Capital and How to Plan for that
  • The Future of Farming and Joint Ventures
  • Alerting Clients in the Rural Space to the Potential Changes to AST and Accommodation
  • Development Issues
  • The Farming Enterprise: APR interaction with BPR

Who has attended previously?

  • Ensors
  • Kreston Reeves
  • Scott & Wilkinson
  • Hazlewoods
  • Hardcastle Burton
  • PKF Francis Clark
  • Scrutton Bland
  • Blickrothenberg
  • Smith & Williamson
  • Hewitsons
  • Armstong Watson
  • Albert Goodman
  • Blcks Legal
  • Mithcells Chartered Accountants
  • James Cowper Kreston