Agricultural ties on properties, imposed either via planning conditions or section 106 agreements have the effect of limiting the pool of people who can occupy a property and as such reducing its value. Before buying or selling a property with an agricultural tie it is advisable to make sure you fully understand the limitations the tie imposes on the property and who can lawfully occupy it.

For further information about Agricultural Occupancy Conditions , Certificates of Lawful Use or Agricultural Tie Removal please click on the links below that will take you to the relevant pages of the Parsonson Planning Consultancy website.

Agricultural Ties

The Link below connects to the National Planning Practice Guidance where further information is available on Planning Conditions, Planning Obligations, Lawful Development Certificates and Planning Enforcement.

The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) sets out the Government's Planning Policies and how these are intended to be applied.

More Specific Policy is normally set out in a Local Planning Authorities Local Plan which is available on their individual websites. You can find which Local Planning Authority covers a particular area by using the postcode search available on the Planning Portal Website.

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