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ABOUT US

Weldon Beesly is an independent firm of Rural Chartered Surveyors and Land Agents offering property management, professional and agency services.

We operate from Bishop’s Stortford and now St. Albans covering areas across Hertfordshire, Essex, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire and advise a range of farmers, landowners, private individuals and property professionals.

OUR SERVICES

We know rural property. We manage, value, sell and provide consultancy advice on rural property.

We understand that the implications of one decision can have knock on effects for other parts of the property holding and business – we believe it is important to take a holistic approach to the advice we offer.

We work out what the issues are, what you want out of the process and then tell you what we think and why.

Latest News

Planning success for Agricultural Buildings

Weldon Beesly have recently obtained permission on behalf of two different clients for new agri [more]
by Jack Panton
Oct 15, 2019

Agency Update

After a quiet summer, Weldon Beesly have recently had several properties go Under Offer, includ [more]
by Jack Panton
Oct 02, 2019

Further expansion for rural chartered surveyors, Weldon Beesly

Weldon Beesly are delighted to welcome Emily Margesson BSc (Hons) to their property management [more]
by Jack Panton
Jul 02, 2019

Sales & Farm Building Let – Update

Sales Update The rural sales market has been stagnant for a number of months now as political t [more]
by Jack Panton
Apr 05, 2019
After the ceasing of our farming enterprise, we had a number of redundant farm buildings that needed a new use. We had heard that Weldon Beesly now had the expertise to advise on the best forms of re-use and to help us through the diversification process.

The advice to re-let the buildings to businesses who could use them for low intensive uses was sound and after a comprehensive marketing exercise 75% of our buildings are now occupied.

Weldon Beesly were able to advise throughout the process and we would thoroughly recommend them to advise anyone thinking of a diversification scheme on their farm.

J Bevan

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