The land at East Nether Blelock sits to the west of the village of Bankfoot and approximately 6.5 miles to the north of Perth. At present the land is split into four enclosures of predominately arable land, which in …
The land at East Nether Blelock sits to the west of the village of Bankfoot and approximately 6.5 miles to the north of Perth. At present the land is split into four enclosures of predominately arable land, which in recent years, has been farmed under a contract farming venture. The land is predominately south facing, with a gently sloping aspect ranging from 65.3 m (214.1 ft) to 89 m (292.2 ft) above sea level. The average rainfall for the area is in the region of 889 mm – 1,016 mm (35” – 40”) per annum. The land is designated by The James Hutton Institute as a mixture of Class 3(1) which is defined as land capable of producing consistently high yields of a narrow range of crops (primarily cereals and grass) and/or a moderate yield of a wider range, including potatoes, field beans and root crops. The current farming practice has seen the land regularly utilised for the production of premium quality cereals for seed. The current farming practice has also seen the land benefit from regular applications of farmyard manure. The land is made up of free draining brown forest soils. Access to the land is via an unnamed public road leading from the B867 and then via a private access track.
Heading north on the A9 exit signposted Bankfoot onto the B867. Continue along the road for approximately half a mile, turning left signposted Moneydie. Follow the road for just under half a mile and the land is located on your right-hand side.
Heading south on the A9 exit signposted Bankfoot. Follow the road round to the right and under the A9 until you reach a T-junction. Turn right onto B867 and then immediately left signposted Moneydie, continue for just under half a mile and the land is located on your right.
Anderson Beaton Lamond
31 Kinnoull Street
Tel: 01738 639 999
Perth and Kinross
35 Kinoull Street
Tel: 01738 476 000
RURAL PAYMENTS AND INSPECTION DIRECTORATE (SGRPID)
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME (BPS)
Basic Payment Entitlement was established on 15th May 2015. The Basic Payment Entitlements will be available for sale by separate negotiation. Further details of the Basic Payment Entitlement are available from the Selling Agent.
Any payments relating to the 2019 scheme year will be retained by the Seller. If applicable, the purchaser(s) will be responsible upon occupation of the subjects of sale to comply fully with the Statutory Management requirements to maintain the farmland in Good Agricultural and Environmental Condition (GAEC) as laid down under the Cross Compliance rules of the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) 2019 for the remainder of the scheme year.
THIRD PARTY RIGHTS AND SERVITUDES
The subjects are sold together with and subject to all existing rights of way. The servitudes, wayleaves and others whether contained in the other Title Deeds or otherwise and the purchasers will be deemed as satisfied themselves in respect thereof.
In so far as these rights form part of the property Title they are included within the sale.
All fallen and standing timber is included in the sale in so far as they are owned.
The minerals are included within the sale in so far as they are owned by the seller.
The purchaser(s) of East Nether Blelock shall, in addition to the purchase price, be obliged to take over and pay for, the valuation to be agreed by a mutual, appointed valuer(s) with respect to the following:
1. All cultivations and growing crops on seeds, labour, lime, fertilisers, spray and machinery basis with an increment representing the enhanced value of the establishment and age of such crops.
2. All hay, straw, fodder, roots, silage and farmyard manure and other products at market value.
3. All oils, fuels, fertilisers, sprays, chemicals, seeds and sundries at cost.
Note: If the amount of the valuation has not been agreed on the date fixed for completion, then the purchaser shall pay to the seller such a sum as the selling agents shall certify on account of the valuation pending agreement. Should the payment not be made within 7 days then the interest will become payable on outstanding monies at 8% over the Bank of Scotland borrowing rate.