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Agricultural Surveyor Profile

Agricultural Surveyor Profile


Introduction

This Section of the site details information that you might find useful if you are looking to secure employment or require further details regarding working as an Agricultural Surveyor. This page details the following Information:-

  • Finding Suitable Work as an Agricultural Surveyor
  • Working Duties Expected
  • Hours and Environment
  • Working Skills Required
  • Training Requirements
  • Salary Expectations
  • Trade Information
  • Other useful Agricultural Surveyor Work Information


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Working Duties Expected

The agricultural surveyor does similar work to that of the rural practice surveyor except that he or she develops a far more in-depth knowledge of the specific issues that are relevant to agriculture. Large surveying firms that run rural practices may employ some staff who become pure agricultural specialists. Agricultural surveyors do carry out agricultural valuations, but they also advise clients on other aspects of land use and development, and of legislative issues that affect farming.

What does the role encounter?

An agricultural surveyor’s work might include:

• valuing farm livestock whether that stock is to be auctioned or sold, eg as breeding stock or for meat and other products;
• valuing the potential of land to ascertain what agricultural uses it might have, eg arable, livestock, woodland development, etc;
• advising potential purchasers or current owners of land's potential uses, eg its suitablility for organic crop production, etc;
• advising on drawbacks of particular agricultural land and its suitability for certain activities, eg soil type, drainage, stock safety, etc;
• working with agricultural land owners on making planning applications for farm and other agricultural developments, eg extending farm buildings, changing use of premises, incorporating leisure facilities into an existing farm complex, etc;
• helping agricultural land owners to set rents for tenants, eg if a farmer decides to lease some of his field to other people;
• advising farmers of the impact certain developments could have on their land, eg roads close to fields, aircraft noise effects on stock, etc.

Where can I find further information?

Further information can be found by visiting any of the following bodies and organisations the addresses and their respective websites are:

Agricultural Development and Advisory Service (ADAS) - ADAS Wolverhampton HQ, Woodthorne, Wergs Road, Wolverhampton WV6 8TQ - Tel: 01902 754190 -
www.adas.co.uk

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) - Information Resource Centre, Lower Ground Floor, Ergon House, c/o Nobel House, 17 Smith Square, London SW1P 3JR - Tel: 08459 33 55 77 - www.defra.gov.uk/

Other Useful Agricultural Surveyor Work Information

We have a section available at this site on Agricultural Surveyor job interview tips that you may find of interest should you wish to brush up your skills in this area and we also have number of career articles that may also be of use to you from within our guides and documents section.

Locations where we feature Jobs include:-
Aberdeen, Berkshire, Aberdeen, Bath, Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Cambridgeshire, Cardiff, Central London, Cheltenham, Cornwall, Coventry, Derby, Devon, Docklands, Dorset, Dundee, Durham, East Midlands, East Sussex, Edinburgh, Essex, Glasgow, Gloucester, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Kent, Lancashire, Leeds, Leicester, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Midlands and in various parts of the West Midlands

Details of other Agricultural Surveyor Jobs can also be found in other UK wide areas including:-
Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Norfolk, North London, North Midlands, Northampton, Northamptonshire, Northern Ireland, Northumberland, Norwich, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, Oxford, Oxfordshire, Plymouth, Salisbury, Scotland, Sheffield, Shropshire, Somerset, South East, South London, South Midlands, Southampton, Staffordshire Surrey, Swansea, Swindon, Telford, Wales, Warwickshire, West End, West London, West Midlands, Worcestershire, York and throughout Yorkshire.

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