This week saw the NFUS publish its submission to the Agricultural Holdings Review Group.
The NFU Scotland believes a complementary package of measures with an independent Land Adjudicator at its core can restore health and vibrancy to Scotland’s land tenancy sector. The Union has called for new legal standards, robust industry codes, improved tax incentives, and low-cost dispute resolution systems. It also believes the proposed adjudicator would act as an intervention vehicle where parties – whether landlord or tenant - fail to deliver basic standards of operation.
To see the NFUS press release click here: http://www.nfus.org.uk/news/2014/april/agricultural-holdings-review-opens-door-change