Countryside & Farming Mediation

Countryside and farming mediation helps farmers and other stakeholders in rural areas to resolve conflicts and disputes related to farming practices and land use.

Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution method that can be used to address various issues, such as:

  • Land Use Disputes: Conflicts over land ownership, land use rights, country sports and pursuits, or conflicting land uses between neighbouring farmers. Disagreements with the local community.
  • Environmental Concerns: Conflicts arising from environmental issues related to farming practices.
  • Crop Damage and livestock Issues including domestic dogs.
  • Succession and Inheritance: Mediation can also help in conversations about generational transitions and inheritance in family farming businesses.

Mediation can be an effective tool in rural settings where relationships and community ties are often crucial. It allows parties to maintain control over the outcome and find solutions that may not be possible in a formal legal setting. Additionally, mediation can help preserve important relationships between farmers and their communities for the future.

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