planning_officer wrote: »
Just to update on this thread, for anyone that cares... lol... my advice above is wrong. From recent conversations I've been having at work with our planning solicitors, it appears that provided one partner works in the locality in agriculture, a couple can live in a property with an AOC attached to it, even if the partner earns a greater living from a non-agricultural job. There's an important appeal decision which was taken to the High Court which confirms this and provides the relevant case law for similar examples. Apologies!
benjo wrote: »
our local council insist that in order to buy a property with an Agricultural tie you must be able to prove that 50% of your income is generated via agriculture.
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