Making a tenancy application

A general guide to Farm Business Tenancies, click here.

The tenancy must meet one of the below two conditions.

  1. “If the tenancy is primarily agricultural to start with, the landlord and tenant can exchange notices before the tenancy begins confirming they intend it to remain a Farm Business Tenancy throughout – this lets tenants diversify away from agriculture where the terms of the tenancy agreement allow this.
  2. If the landlord and tenant don’t exchange notices before the tenancy begins, the tenancy business must be primarily agricultural to be considered a Farm Business Tenancy”

(GOV.UK. (2019). Agricultural tenancies. [online] Available at: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/agricultural-tenancies.)

What to consider before buying a farm tenancy, click here.

How to make a successful farm tenancy application


The TFA have a youtube page that guides you through some FAQs and information you may want to know about farm tenancies, click here or view some key videos below:

Finding and applying for a tenancy opportunity:

Practical issues on rent reviews

The Importance of Written Agreements and Understanding Them

Responsibility for Repairs, Maintenance and Replacement of Fixed Equipment

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