Rural Law

It’s June, there’s a tiny bit of sunshine breaking through, and here @brodiesrural we’re all getting a little bit excited about getting out and about at the Royal Highland Show next week.

Why is the Show such a big thing for us? Well, it’s a big thing for anyone involved in farming and rural business and, increasingly, in the food and drink sector throughout Scotland and beyond.

The food hall is always fantastic, but this year it is looking better than ever with the launch of “Scotland’s Larder Live!“. The key message for consumers is that farming equals food.  Here at Brodies we are very proud of our longstanding involvement with the agricultural sector and also of our service to the food and drink industry. It is fantastic to see these overlapping sectors working together so well in Scotland’s Year of Food and Drink, and the Show is looking to be another great example of efforts across the country to promote, in the words of the Rural Affairs Secretary, our natural larder.

In addition to the fact it’s a great day out and there’s an array of tasty food, it’s one of the best opportunities of the year to catch up with clients and contacts throughout the rural sector, and see the best of the what the industry has to offer, all in one place. In that sense, it is a business event like no other, and why it is not to be missed.

The countdown to the Show is now on – so please get in touch with any of the team here at Brodies if you are planning to be there.

Lorna McKay

Associate at Brodies LLP
Lorna is an Associate in Brodies’ land and rural business team. Lorna is experienced in a range of rural property matters including the purchase and sale of farms, estates and woodland, agricultural
holdings, fishings and trust and executry conveyancing. 
Lorna McKay