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‘Fresh land for lease is like gold-dust’

Scarcity of leasing land being caused by long-term leases as nitrates pressure and fertiliser prices drive demand for more land

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Rare chance: This 22.5ac parcel of ground at Ballybrack, Carrignavar, Co Cork sold recently for €18,800/ac and has since been put on the letting market, where it is expected to make up to €400/ac

Rare chance: This 22.5ac parcel of ground at Ballybrack, Carrignavar, Co Cork sold recently for €18,800/ac and has since been put on the letting market, where it is expected to make up to €400/ac

This 71ac farm for rent at Leighlinbridge, Co Carlow has about 52ac suitable for tillage, grazing or silage while c19ac is in summer grazing. It is expected to make in advance of €300/ac

This 71ac farm for rent at Leighlinbridge, Co Carlow has about 52ac suitable for tillage, grazing or silage while c19ac is in summer grazing. It is expected to make in advance of €300/ac

A 43.8ac parcel of mixed land for lease at Gurtaderra, Scarriff is guided at €150 to €160/ac

A 43.8ac parcel of mixed land for lease at Gurtaderra, Scarriff is guided at €150 to €160/ac

This shed is part of the 111ac farm at The Hill of Down

This shed is part of the 111ac farm at The Hill of Down

A 11ac grass farm at The Hill of Down Kinnegand is guided for lease at €30,000 per annum or €270/ac

A 11ac grass farm at The Hill of Down Kinnegand is guided for lease at €30,000 per annum or €270/ac

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Rare chance: This 22.5ac parcel of ground at Ballybrack, Carrignavar, Co Cork sold recently for €18,800/ac and has since been put on the letting market, where it is expected to make up to €400/ac

Land leasing prices are set to reach record heights this year as the amount of land coming on the market tightens.

This scarcity is due, in the main, to the prevalence of long-term leasing.


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