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    We have the resources within the company to assemble a large consultancy team and have access to a network of contacts throughout the UK and overseas to provide up to date, well-informed and impartial advice.
  • Key Features
    It is our intention to maintain and extend our reputation by providing specialist services for every part of the rural sector.
  • New Grant Funding Opportunities
    EAFRD Growth Programme - National Priorities. Support for new and growing micro and small-sized rural businesses. Also support for food processing businesses and support for tourism infrastructure.
  • Agricultural Consultants
    Laurence Gould is regarded as the best known name in UK agricultural consultancy, having provided strategic, financial, and technical advice to farmers, landowners and associated businesses since the 1960's.
  • About Us
    Laurence Gould has been providing strategic, financial, and technical advice to Governments, farmers, landowners and those involved in processing and marketing within the rural sector for over 40 years. More recently, emphasis has also been placed on environmental issued and insurance and litigation.

Agricultural Consultants

Laurence Gould is regarded as the best known name in UK agricultural consultancy, having provided strategic, financial and technical advice to farmers, landowners and associated businesses since the 1960's.

During this time, we have continued to provide in depth, original, effective and independent advice to our clients which has given us a reputation for excellence that is second to none within the industry.

                          

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    Latest News

    Keith Leddington-Hill attended a fascinating meeting organised by Knight Frank at The Jockey Club in Newmarket with Ross Murray and Tim Breitmeyer last night, President of the CLA giving an insight into Brexit and the impact on UK agriculture. Entirely agreed with Tim's views on the difficulties facing the industry and the fact landowners and farmers need to be looking at their businesses to place them in the best possible position to combat the challenges ahead.

     We like a challenge but need to lobby our MPs over the next two weeks in the run up to the next session on the Agricultural Bill to try and obtain the best deal for our industry.