Charlotte Bromley MRICS FAAV

Rural Surveyor


I joined Hobbs Parker in October 2020 after graduating from the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester with a BSc (Hons) degree in Rural Land Management.

My time at Hobbs Parker originally began with work experience in 2016. Having completed my degree at the RAU, I passed my RICS and CAAV exams in 2023 and qualified as a Chartered Surveyor, RICS Registered Valuer and Fellow of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers.

Day to day I undertake a variety of work including valuations, compulsory purchase and utilities schemes, landlord and tenant matters and agricultural planning and development work. I also work within the Auctioneers business clerking for sheep sales.

Outside of work, I enjoy socialising with friends, shooting, horse racing and helping out on our family farm.


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Outlook - Summer 2024

By Matthew Sawdon

Top tips for selling land from Matthew Sawdon. Charlotte Bromley reviews changes to Permitted Development Rights and advice from Jon Rimmer and Sam Snart on battery storage developments.

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Significant changes to Permitted Development Rights announced

By Charlotte Bromley

From 21 May 2024 a number of changes will be made to the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order (GDPO). The changes relate to existing permitted development rights which allow for agricultural […]

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Outlook - Spring 2024

By Matthew Sawdon

Valuable information about Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG), farm grants and support and the farmland sale market in 2024.

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Outlook - Winter 2023

By Matthew Sawdon

Important updates regarding Agricultural Property Relief, Red Book reports for IHT valuations, telecoms masts and planning successes in 2023.

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Outlook - Autumn 2023

By Matthew Sawdon

Expansion of Permitted Development Rights, developments on the Sustainable Farming Incentive and news of grants for cattle farmers

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Valuable changes to Permitted Development Rights ("PDR's") are being considered

By Charlotte Bromley

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