Come and see our Virtual Farm Tour at the Royal Three Counties Show

May 21, 2024

We are delighted to be involved this year in a Future of Farming session at the Royal Three Counties Show.

Join us on Friday 14th June at 11.30am in the Future of Farming area where we are helping to run the session "Unlock the hidden potential of your farm assets". We will be embarking on a virtual farm tour with a panel of experts who can help you enhance your assets and create additional income. 



The Rural Planning Co Earns Another 5-Star Review on TrustPilot!

May 20, 2024

The Rural Planning Co is proud to announce another glowing review on TrustPilot!

We're dedicated to providing exceptional customer service and achieving the best results for our clients, and positive feedback like this only fuels our commitment.



Big Changes in Permitted Development Rights for Farmers and Landowners

May 02, 2024

The government has just announced changes to Agricultural, Class Q and Class R permitted development rights from 21st May 2024.

The team at The Rural Planning Co are working hard to understand the changes and the implications for both existing clients and new enquiries and will release more information as we digest this over the next few days.

In the meantime, take a look at the headlines to see how this could affect you and your plans...



Another Fantastic Review on Trustpilot

May 01, 2024

We are delighted to receive another 5 Star Review from a happy client on TrustPilot.

The team at TRPC is committed to achieving the best results for our clients, and clear communication is a key part of that process. It means a great deal that this client felt informed a supported throughout their planning journey.



What does Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) mean for you?

Apr 18, 2024

Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) is here! What impact will this have on your planning application?

Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) was made mandatory in almost all planning applications from the 2nd of April 2024.

The Biodiversity Net Gain information is required in the first step of submitting a planning application, and therefore an application cannot move forward without it!

This article will outline what that means to those considering a planning application including who, and how, they will be affected.

Please note that there is still very little guidance on Biodiversity Net Gain – especially for rural planning applications - we are working hard to find out as much information as possible within these early days!