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A show of rural strength

HISTORICALLY, times of economic uncertainty have proven fruitful for farmland,’ points out Angus Locke from the Rural Research department at Savills. This time may be no different. As the nation’s farmers have been thrust into the spotlight due to the pandemic, Savills has again highlighted the appeal of farmland to investors as a ‘defensive, tangible asset’ suggesting that Covid-19 may ‘reaffirm the value of agricultural land and the role it ultimately plays

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