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Richard Dunn
Works at DMH Stallard LLP
Attended Fellowship of the Agricultural Law Association (FALA)
Lives in West Sussex
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It's Thursday, so that means 8-10pm tonight it's time for the +AgriChatUK discussion, where this week #AgriChatUK is discussing science on the farm. However, here is the +AgriChatUK discussion from Thursday, 23 April "Cereals variety choice". 

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It's Thursday, so that means 8-10pm tonight it's time for the +AgriChatUK discussion, where this week #AgriChatUK is discussing cereal variety choice. However, here is the +AgriChatUK discussion from Thursday, 9 April "Farming and the general election". 

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It's Thursday, so that means 8-9:30pm tonight it's time for the +AgriChatUK discussion, where this week #AgriChatUK is discussing fracking and farming. However, here is the EnviroChatUK discussion from Thursday, 19 March "Political parties and what they can do for the environment". 

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It's Thursday, so that means 8-10pm tonight it's time for the +AgriChatUK discussion, where this week #AgriChatUK is having an open discussion. However, here is the +AgriChatUK discussion from Thursday, 5 March "Your family history". 

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It's Thursday, so that means 8-10pm tonight it's time for the +AgriChatUK discussion, where this week #AgriChatUK is discussing the hot topics from the NFU Conference 2015. However, here is the EnviroChatUK discussion from Thursday, 19 February "Do we undervalue the Natural Capital in our countryside?". 

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Agriculture in the news - February 18
A roundup of farming news from around the UK from the +Farmers Guardian 
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After a consultation paper on reforming the Electronic Communications Code was issued on 26 February 2015 the consultation will close on 30 April 2015.

The consultation sets out specific questions in six areas:

- The definition of land and ownership of property;
- How consideration is to be determined;
- Upgrading and sharing apparatus;
- Contracting out of the revised Code;
- The role of land registration; and
- Transitional arrangements, savings and retrospectivity.

The consultation is the last chance for landowners and developers to make clear their views and any objections to the proposed new Code; otherwise it is highly likely that the Code will be enacted in the form of the draft bill, where an increase of operator's powers may mean that telecoms could no longer be an attractive proposition for land owners.
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It's Thursday, so that means 8-10pm tonight it's time for the +AgriChatUK discussion, where this week #AgriChatUK is about the General Election and what it means for the countryside. However, after a break for Easter here is the +AgriChatUK discussion from Thursday, 26 March "Fracking and farming". 

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It's Thursday, so that means 8-9:30pm tonight it's time for the +AgriChatUK discussion, where this week #AgriChatUK is #EnviroChatUK and the debate is on political policies - What can each party do for the environment farmers work with? However, here is the +AgriChatUK discussion from Thursday, 12 March "Happy Hour! AgriTwitterBar". 

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It's Thursday, so that means 8-10pm tonight it's time for the +AgriChatUK discussion, where this week #AgriChatUK is talking about your family history. However, here is the +AgriChatUK discussion from Thursday, 26 February "Hot topics from the NFU Conference". 

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Agriculture in the news - February 19
A roundup of farming news from around the UK from the +Farmers Guardian 
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 Agriculture in the news - February 17
A roundup of farming news from around the UK from the +Farmers Guardian 
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Occupation
Solicitor
Skills
Property work in the agricultural and rural fields and utilities and telecoms arenas.
Employment
  • DMH Stallard LLP
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Currently
West Sussex
Previously
Birmingham, UK - Hertfordshire - Devon - Cornwall
Story
Tagline
Rural Business & Utilities Solicitor
Introduction
Associate  Solicitor in the Real Estate Group at DMH Stallard LLP focusing on rural business, utilities and private client property matters.

He has built up a strong reputation with his many clients, and has solid experience in both dealing with the legal aspects of utility network supplies and telecommunication sites and born into a farming family, has worked extensively in the rural property sector for over 10 years.

Richard has written and presented in connection with the Telecommunications Code and on other topical matters of interest and relevance to the rural sector.

Specialities: Property work in the agricultural and rural fields and utilities and telecoms arenas, including:-

Agricultural work - buying and selling of farms/land, agricultural tenancies, equine tenancies, boundary disputes, commons disputes and rights of way issues, ecclesiastical properties, diversification projects, telecommunications sites and renewable energy projects.

Work for utility companies in connection with the operation of their network infrastructure for electricity, water and gas.
Bragging rights
Cornish expat, husband to 1, father of 2 and motor racing fan.
Education
  • Fellowship of the Agricultural Law Association (FALA)
  • University of Exeter
  • Truro School
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Male