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  • Reply to Renting to horse owners
    by islandgirl
    Good information but I disagree that equestrian easily gets planning - it depends where you live and on the attitude of the council. Where I live it is almost impossible to do anything in green belt which involves building structures!
    03-03-2021, 09:58 AM
  • Renting to horse owners
    by Nazmy
    Hi, please can anyone advise how much is a fair rent for an approx 3-3.5 acre field with water (we pay the bill...is that the usual arrangement?), road access and a basic horse shelter? (East Sussex)
    My husband had a stroke and is unable to manage it anymore so I'm now managing it myself and care...
    01-03-2021, 13:46 PM
  • Reply to Renting to horse owners
    by Piffy
    1. "When people get a lease they dont let go" What I meant is that because there is such a shortage of grazing land which is available for lease, if someone has a lease and they get asked to leave although they could find somewhere else it could be quite a distance away, Plus as most people...
    02-03-2021, 17:28 PM
  • Reply to Renting to horse owners
    by islandgirl
    As I think someone already suggested, check if there is any possibility of planning permission - the value will rocket!
    02-03-2021, 11:41 AM
  • Reply to Renting to horse owners
    by royw
    She is taking the p***. The grass stops growing in winter so every grazing animal in an enclosed space needs additional feed. I'm not in your area but it's about the going rate here. She'd pay the same at a DIY livery with far less grazing per horse. 3.5 acres is adequate for 2 cobs which tend to be...
    02-03-2021, 11:00 AM
  • Reply to Renting to horse owners
    by Nazmy
    Thank you Jon66 that's really helpful to know
    02-03-2021, 09:45 AM
  • Reply to Renting to horse owners
    by Jon66
    I too let out an equestrian property amongst others and the rent you receive is about the going rate. I'm in the south east, and when I advertised on an equestrian website to rent, i had 47 enquiries. Locally a huge amount of grazing land has been built on, and 'amenity land' which is their name for...
    02-03-2021, 01:31 AM
  • Reply to Renting to horse owners
    by Nazmy
    Thank you so much Piffy, I will get it valued...I didn't know there are chartered surveyors who specialise in equestrian properties, I will look for one. Wow £6k a year, that certainly makes me feel less anxious that I might be unfairly overcharging our tenant! Ours is in Westfield about 3 miles north...
    02-03-2021, 00:14 AM
  • Reply to Renting to horse owners
    by Piffy
    It depends where you are, In my area there is virtually no land has become available for lease for over 20 years.
    Once people have a lease they don't let go.
    There are many places though who have some land and rent stables out with grazing.
    My neighbour was paying £6000 a year for...
    01-03-2021, 14:38 PM
  • Continuing renting a field after original owner died.
    by lancing35
    Twenty five years ago rented an area of land for horse grazing which was badly overgrown. Agreement was that if I cleared it, then the first year's rent was free. The owner did not give a licence or any written agreement to begin with then one year appeared with a document saying I was licensee and...
    15-02-2021, 10:32 AM
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