"The importance of farmland in terms of global food and energy security, environmental sustainability and economic growth is unequivocal and continues to attract considerable interest"
"Falling levels of planting mean the carbon sink could be half what it is now by 2050"
"The popularity of UK forests has caused capital values to rise at impressive rates, but is this sustainable?"
"The pattern of market share and values is broadly similar to recent years"
"The key to timber prices over the longer term is likely to come from sustained building activity and a buoyant economy"
"The services and benefits that natural capital can deliver underpin the new policy architecture for UK land"
"Prime transactional performance is now exceeding city locations, driven by realistic pricing"
"The total agricultural area in the UK is around 17.6 million hectares, with an additional 3.2 million hectares covered by woodland and forests. The agricultural area, excluding woodland, accounts for 72% of the total area of land"
"Our map illustrates the potential area of land needed for agricultural production in 2050 and the areas that might be ‘released’ from current land uses and available for alternative uses"
"The importance of natural capital will require farmers and landowners to prioritise sustainability"