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Conference sponsored by National Farmers' Union at Harper Adams University College, November 2012. Presentation on future of farming for planning officers and consultants.

Conference sponsored by National Farmers' Union at Harper Adams University College, November 2012. Presentation on future of farming for planning officers and consultants.

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  • 1. Planning for Farming’s FutureRTPI/NFU ConferenceHarper Adams9 November 2012Charles CowapChartered SurveyorHarper Adams University College Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 2. Charles CowapMBA MRICS FAAV
  • 3. NEW LAND MANAGEMENTREQUIREMENTS AREEMERGING Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 4. IncludingECOSYSTEM SERVICES Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
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  • 8. Natural EnvironmentWhite PaperJune 2011 Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 9. RICS Thinkpiece:November 2012• Royal Charter – Promote the usefulness of the profession to public advantage• New opportunities in land management• New ways of working in development• New points to reflect in conventional valuations• New types of valuation Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 10. Top 10 Business Opportunities1= Biodiversity Offsetting (BDO) andConservation Banking• Estimated size of market £50 – 300 million pa from housing, plus other sectors• Brokerage, certification and registration• Additional costs to builders/developers deducted from land value1= Peatland Carbon Code and Carbon Credits• Peat restoration for carbon storage• Management schemes and incentives• Certification and brokerage Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 11. 2. Woodfuel and Woodburning Stoves3. UK ecosystem knowledge economy4. Layered PES – Different Environmental Services to different buyers – Eg  Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 12. 6. Carbon sequestration7. Sustainability certification – Opportunities for intermediaries8. Sustainable tourism Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 13. 9= Global centre of excellence inESS certification9= Water re-use technology11 Reducing insurance risk through green infrastructure12 Environmental bonds http://www.valuing-nature.net/opportunities-uk-business- protect-and-value-natures-services-report-published- today [accessed 19 July 2012] Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 14. Twitter - #agrichatuk 1 November 2012 http://bit.ly/REeUat [7 November 2012] Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 15. @bcualisterscott [8 November 2012] https://twitter.com/bcualisterscott [8 November 2012] Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
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  • 17. Key trends from theForesight ReportDrivers:• Demographic Change• Economic growth(?), changing global economic conditions• Climate change• New technologies• Societal preferences and attitudes• Policy and Regulatory Framework Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 18. Other key trends fromthe Foresight ReportLead to 3 key challenges• + Demand for land in south- east• Climate change and land use• Delivery of public goods and services Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 19. From TEEB Foundations, Chapter 5APPROACHES FOR THEESTIMATION OF NATURE’SVALUES Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 20. Foresight Land Use Futures 2010 Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 21. Market Contingent Cost Analysis Valuation Methods Deliberative Avoided Valuation Group Replacement CostValuation Cost Methods Regime Shift Methods Analysis Insurance Resilience Ecological Value Value Risk Footprint Analysis Joint Mitigation Analysis Input/Output Production Cost Analysis Function Method Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 22. Shorter term trends identified by WarwickBusiness School/Local Govt Association• Ageing population• Health• Families in Crisis• Climate Change• Local Economic Development and Regeneration Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 23. Shorter term trends identified by WarwickBusiness School/Local Govt AssociationLeading to:• Diverse governance frameworks• Different relationship between – State (public) – Markets (private) – Civil Society (3rd Sector) Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 24. RuralScenariosProject Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 25. Primary Production Countryside Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 26. Primary Production Countryside • Farming, Forestry, Minerals • Food, fibre, raw materials, energy • Land hungry Competencies • Specialist Markets • Supply chains/contract management • Cost and quality challenges • Technical expertise Generic strategy: Cost leadership?? Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 27. Stakeholder Countryside• Policy-driven and Initiative-led• Follow the funding• Extensive land use?Competencies• Networking, political nous• Presentation• Negotiation• AdaptationGeneric strategy: Differentiation?? Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 28. Entrepreneurial Countryside • Market-led, local and small in scale? • Limited land requirement, but value? Competencies • Marketing • Opportunism • Promotion • Customer-service/relations • Strategy and Finance Generic Strategy: Focus?? Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 29. A Farmer Typology, 1999 A typology of FarmersAgribusiness men Hobby 5% Farmers 8% Potential PluriactiveDiversifiers successors 17% 15% Contented StrugglingMonoactives Monoactives 25% 30% Shucksmith M (1999) Structural changes in British Agriculture beyond 2000, Paper at Roots 1999, London, RICS Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 30. Rural Futures: French RuralSociety to 2020Generalised residential Sustainable towns andcountryside corporate large farmsTowards the nature Active and competitivecountryside rural areas Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 31. A Farm Scenario? At One with Economic Nature Environmentalist Environmental development Dog and Stick Global Trader Economic efficiency Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 32. Charles CowapMBA MRICS FAAV
  • 33. Questions? Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV
  • 34. Contact DetailsIn-house CPD programmes, professional-technical updates, organisational consultancy, and more: cdcowap@gmail.com 07947 706505Twitter: @charlescowapBlog: http://charlescowap.wordpress.com/Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/cdcowap Charles Cowap MBA MRICS FAAV