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About Rural Services

Sheldon Bosley Knight’s heritage is firmly rooted in the local rural & agricultural community. We have an intimate knowledge of local and regional markets and a firm grasp of relevant trends and emerging opportunities.

Our Rural Land Agency is an energetic, progressive team providing an unrivalled range of specialist services, skills & support in all matters relating to agriculture, horticulture, equestrian property, land & estate management.

Equine Property Services

Whether you are an existing equestrian property owner seeking professional advice, would like to sell or rent your property or own an agricultural unit and are looking to diversify into the equine market, we can offer a range of high quality services.

These include sales and lettings of equine properties, full management services of let equine property, property valuation for tax, investment and loan security purposes, planning advice and full project management, refurbishment guidance, grazing agreements and non-domestic rating appeals.

Our experienced and knowledgeable team can provide specialist advice on all aspects of your rural and equestrian property needs:

  • Land and farm property sales
  • Landlord & tenant
  • Estate management
  • Contract farming agreements
  • Grazing agreements
  • Sales, letting and management of equestrian property
  • Compulsory purchase and compensation claims
  • Telecommunication masts
  • RICS property saluations for tax, investment and loan security purposes
  • Annual stocktake valuations
  • Agricultural subsidies and payments
  • Countryside stewardship

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Contact the Sheldon Bosley Knight Rural team

The Rural team are based at our Head Office in Stratford-upon-Avon, they’ll be happy to take your enquiry by either phone, email or by completing the simple form on our contact page here

Tel: +44 (0)1789 387881

The Rural Team

John Sawdon
MRICS MARLA
Associate Director
Sophie Mockler
MProf
Rural Surveyor
Laura Gaydon
MRICS FAAV MBIAC
Director & RICS Registered Valuer
Marcus Faulkner
BSc (Hons) MRICS
Director & RICS Registered Valuer
James Walton
FRICS FAAV
Director & RICS Registered Valuer
Sam White
BSc (Hons) FAAV
Rural Surveyor
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What our customers think
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Lord Willoughby De Broke, Moreton in Marsh
I have no hesitation in warmly recommending Laura and by the same token Sheldon Bosley; throughout our long association I have always found them courteous and efficient and I look forward to maintaining this happy relationship in the future.
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James Mahon & Sons, Stratford upon Avon
You are an excellent, professional team and it has been our pleasure to deal with you over the years.
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Sheldon Bosley Knight Acquires Bishops Estate Agents
We are delighted to announce that Sheldon Bosley Knight has acquired Bishops Estate Agents in Kineton.Bishops Estate Agents was established by Debbie Burrows in 1998. The branch is situated in a promi...
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Anna Barnard Wright | January 9, 2020
Congratulations to Sam White FAAV
Congratulations to our Rural Surveyor, Sam White, who is now a qualified Fellow of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers after passing his exams in December.The CAAV exam for fellowship cons...
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SBK | December 20, 2019
Our Christmas and New Year Opening Hours
Our offices will close for the Christmas holidays at 5.30pm on Monday 23rd December and we have listed our opening hours over the festive period below.We would like to thank all our customers for your...
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SBK | December 18, 2019
Horticultural Surveying Update
Sheldon Bosley Knight horticultural team have recently been very active in Horticultural surveying. Over the last couple of years we have sold glasshouse nurseries in Corston, Wiltshire, Harvington ne...
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SBK | October 28, 2019
Collaborative Farming Arrangements
Maintaining a profit margin in farming, particularly in these uncertain terms, is to become a higher priority for most arable farmers. Joining forces with other farmers within a sensible geographic ar...
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SBK | October 22, 2019
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