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Jenni Bartram joins Harrowells Solicitors

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Jenni Bartram joins Harrowells Solicitors

One of Yorkshire’s best-known agricultural solicitors has joined Harrowells Solicitors. Jenni Bartram, a long-standing member of the Agricultural Law Association and former president of the Yorkshire Law Society, joined Harrowells in February 2020, as a consultant solicitor.

She has extensive experience in many areas of law involving farm businesses and landowners including partnerships, wills, taxation and succession planning, diversification schemes, including holiday and leisure developments; business tenancies, property, planning and renewable energy schemes. She will work from Harrowells’ York and rural offices.

Jenni Bartram, who has worked with the National Farmer’s Union (NFU) as a panel member, also sat on a legal committee of Agricultural Law Association and Central Association of Agricultural Valuers (CAAV) members on the introduction of the IAACS predecessor of the Basic Payment Scheme.

She also advises racehorse trainers and is a trustee of several landed estates where she is involved in their strategy planning and issues arising from both tenanted land and that farmed by the estates.

Jenni Bartram, a former governor of Askham Bryan College, York, who retains a keen interest in land education and training, says: “I am delighted to join Harrowells as the firm is developing a dedicated and very able team with depth and ability to look after the agricultural sector. I look forward to supporting them.

“There will be vast changes for British farming during the next five years. As we leave the EU, we currently have no idea whom our future trading partners will be and what rules and regulations will apply.

“Support under the existing Basic Payment Scheme will also end which is going to cause a large drop in income and profit for many agricultural businesses which should now be forward planning very carefully in light of these changes.”

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