Rural Diversification: Create a More Sustainable Economy For Your Farm
Here at Evolve, we understand that the current economic climate is having a huge impact on farmers and landowners. Which is why our rural diversification consultants want to help farm owners to diversify and find new sources of income by identifying and developing or redeveloping under-utilised assets, which might be land or property, or both.
Rural diversification is the process of developing new sources of income and employment in rural areas. This can be done by expanding existing businesses, creating new businesses, or attracting new businesses to the area. Our farm diversification service is delivered by experienced consultants, with strong backgrounds in land management and rural planning. We have helped farmers and landowners across the UK to diversify their income streams and so spread the risk.
We are passionate about the rural environment, protecting our countryside but also ensuring it is bountiful when it comes to estate management. Our rural planning team have undertaken a wide range of projects and take great pride in offering:
– A single point of contact with a dedicated team member
– Professionalism at all times
– Breadth and depth of experience to maximise the potential of under-used assets
Our team have worked on a wide range of projects including:
• SECURE DOG FIELDS AND DOGGY DAYCARE FACILITIES
• ALPACA FARMS
• CLASS Q PERMITTED DEVELOPMENTS
• EQUINE CENTRES
• FARM SHOPS
• SOLAR FARMS
Whether you are considering a barn conversion or a farm shop, a tourist attraction or creating a wedding venue – Evolve PAD are here to advise and support you every step of the way. We would love to hear about your project so please get in touch today.
It is important to do your research and choose a diversification option that is right for you and your community.
Here are some of the benefits of rural diversification:
• It can help to reduce risk for farmers by diversifying their income – farmers are less likely to be financially devastated if a crop fails or the price of agricultural commodities drops.
• It can boost the local economy, creating new jobs and businesses in rural areas.
• It can help to preserve rural communities, keeping people living and working in rural areas.
Think we can help? Get in touch for a free, no-obligation chat…