The Harworth agricultural estate currently extends to around 13,000 acres and is let to over 200 farming tenants. This acreage is dispersed across 14 counties, primarily in the Midlands, Yorkshire and the North East.
The estate includes arable farmland, grazing land and woodland, mostly in Durham, Yorkshire, Leicestershire, Northumberland and Derbyshire. Aside from farm tenancies, it also includes agricultural-related residential properties and a number of fishing and shooting licences. Most of our agricultural portfolio is on former mining sites and we are always considering ways of enhancing value through our Natural Resources team.
Harworth has appointed Savills as the sole managing agent of the agricultural estate. Any enquiries for available land should be directed to the Savills York office using the reference 'Harworth Group' when contacting:
17 Museum Street
01904 617 800
Savills latest Aspects of Land Publication can be downloaded here.
Part of Harworth’s Agricultural Estate encompasses 8 former opencast coalmines (totalling over 6400 acres) which have recently been returned to Harworth’s day to day management control from UKCRMR Ltd.
The sites are currently in their aftercare period and Harworth have appointed Fisher German as their managing agents to liaise with the various local authorities regarding the completion of their planning obligations and manage the various lettings across the sites.
Queries regarding Butterwell, Dawley Road (Huntington Lane), Maidens Hall, Mead (Lodge House) Steadsburn, Stobswood, Swepstone Lane (Minorca) and Whitelea (Park Wall North) to be directed to Fisher German, The Estates Offices, Ivanhoe Business Park, Ashby de la Zouch, LE65 2BZ Tel: 01530 412821.
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