Podcasts for Rural

A Rural update with Tom Wills

Partner and Head of the Agriculture, Estates & Rural Property department at Sintons, Tom Wills, recently recorded a podcast where he discussed steps you can take to meet the challenges and changes 2021 may bring.

Debt Conference 2020

Sintons’ Debt Recovery team invite you to join them for their annual discussion on topical Debt Recovery related issues, with presentations from key local and national figures in the Business and Debt Recovery sector.

A Q&A with Sintons and Knight Frank

Senior Associates Louise Kelly and Danielle Dale from the Real Estate team at Sintons and Ashleigh Tokarski, Associate Surveyor with Knight Knight in Newcastle, who specialises in residential property development, recently recorded a joint Q&A podcast. This podcast discusses the effect of COVID-19 on the development market with the aim of assisting clients and developers in these challenging market times, with the continuing political and economic pressures around the property market.

Agricultural property relief

Michael Cattermole and Lauren Fraser from the Wills, Trusts and Estates department at Sintons recently recorded a podcast with Helen Pennock and Amanda Whitworth from Ryecroft Glenton focusing on agricultural property relief.

Disputed wills and family farming operations

Partner and Head of the Agricultural, Estates and Rural department at Sintons Tom Wills recorded a podcast today which concentrates on what happens when a will has to be disputed and how this might affect a family farming operation.

Septic tanks

Partner and Head of the Rural department at Sintons Tom Wills recorded a podcast today which concentrates on Septic Tanks.

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