What’s the plan, Dad? Are you concerned about succession planning?

Published November 3rd, 2015

Having a conversation about the future of your farming business can be complex with many things to consider.

Getting it wrong can be costly so to help farmers get it right Berrys alongside Howard Worth and Butcher & Barlow LLP, are hosting a seminar on succession planning in farming families.

“If you are concerned about succession planning then join us as our agricultural specialists outline real case studies and give you practicalities to consider for your own circumstances,” said Graham Bowcock, partner at Berrys’ Northwich office.

Suzanne Preston of accountants Howard Worth, Graham Gigg of solicitors Butcher & Barlow and Graham Bowcock of chartered surveyors Berrys all have years of experience in advising on all aspects of succession and attendance at this free event will allow you to gain access to all of their expertise in one night.

The event on Tuesday, November 24 will be held at Mere Court Hotel, Warrington Road, Knutsford, Cheshire and will be chaired by NFU Cheshire Chairman, Ray Brown.

Arrival is at 7pm for a 7:30pm start and a hot supper will be served after the presentations have concluded.

To book a place please contact Berrys Northwich office on 0160 649200 email . Places are limited so don’t delay.

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Visit our relevant website page: Succession Planning

More about Graham Bowcock

Chartered Surveyor
Tel: 01606 818953
Mobile: 07836 215487

Graham is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.  Graham has been a Partner in Berrys since 2001, having merged his former business, AG Bowcock & Co which was established in 1992. Graham’s work is principally undertaken in the North West of England and North Wales, an area he has lived and worked for over 25 years.  He accepts instructions from major banks, nationally recognised companies and bodies and solicitors, although also works for many private clients.

Graham undertakes valuations for all purposes including secured lending, taxation, matrimonial and partnership disputes as well as reports for charities in respect of legacies.  He is frequently instructed as an Independent Expert in respect of valuations, tenancy matters and general property issues. Graham also advises on general property issues, often related to tenancies, rents and compensation and is also an agent and valuer for the Agricultural Mortgage Corporation.