Founded in 1858 Symonds & Sampson is steeped in Dorset's rural history. Since the 1970's the firm has grown to the current 11 office practice with surveyors covering all aspects of rural business including the sale and letting of farms and land, smallholdings and equestrian property. Our wide experience now covers the surrounding counties in particular, Devon, Somerset, Wiltshire and Hampshire.
Professionally qualified staff deal with a multitude of requests and the links below will give you full information on all our rural disciplines.
Frome is acknowledged and recognised as being one of the largest and most important store cattle markets in the country, with nearly 130,000 head of stock presented during 2014, 50,000 of which were store cattle alone.
Our advisors help clients with applications, registering land, claiming special entitlements and transferring entitlements and land. The Agricultural team has a wealth of practical knowledge on the subject and are on hand to provide advice for farming clients.
The occupation of rural property is a complicated affair. Landowners and Tenants face a plethora of legislation and regulations resulting from the intervention of politicians, legislators and administrators both at home and in Brussels.
We always felt listened to and any questions, queries or issues were always dealt with quickly.
We have no hesitation in recommending your branch of Symonds & Sampson very highly not only as an efficient and effective estate agency but as group of people with whom it has been a pleasure to do business.
one local farmer thought it might achieve £25k at best so I was mightily relieved on the day - it just shows you can rely on professionals to get the right result!
The result you have achieved is beyond any of our expectations. .... I have the utmost respect for your honesty, integrity and professionalism. It was that, above all else, that persuaded us as owners to appoint you as our agent.
The Symonds & Sampson pre-auction process is clearly well honed to reach out to the maximum of potential buyers culminating in an overflowing auction hall with tension and excitement.
We were gratified that our little workshop got as much air time in your advertising as your more expensive properties
The RPA will start making payments for 2017 claims from 1st December and have today published their Autumn update on the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) including details of changes to Greening requirements.
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