ET Landnet "Highly Commended" 

at Rural Business Awards

5th October 2017


ET Landnet are delighted to have been awarded "Highly Commended" at the Rural Business Awards at Denbies Wine Estate, Surrey. As a small business we are thrilled that our hard work and dedication to the service we provide has been recognised. Click to read more about the Awards night!

Michael Wood to give presentation 

to Land Management students

10th October 2017

 

Michael Wood will be giving his 8th annual presentation to Land Management students at Hadlow College, Kent this month. Michael has been informing students about Rights of Way ever since a chance meeting with the course leader at an Open Day at the College in 2009!

ET Landnet Ltd announced as finalists in National Rural Business Awards

Henley Royal Regatta - An excellent result!

17th July 2017

 

We are absolutely delighted to announce that ET Landnet are Finalists in the Rural Business Awards in the category of Best Rural Professional Services Business. We have been shortlisted alongside four other businesses to make the Final. The Awards ceremony will take place at Denbies Wine Estate on the 5th October.

29th June 2017


Fawley Court diversion approved for third consecutive year. 

ET Landnet secures annual temporary diversion of river side footpath for client's hospitality event.


ET Landnet celebrates 10 years!

Bridleway diversion confirmed at leading Equestrian stud


23rd February 2017


ET Landnet was incorporated 10 years ago. We've enjoyed some notable triumphs and go in to the next 10 years with enthusiasm and anticipation that the long discussed changes to Rights of Way procedures will soon be in place!

9th May 2017


Confirmation of bridleway diversion solves one of the longest running Public Rights of Way dramas in history at Quainton Stud at Lower Denham Farm.


Oxfordshire County Council approves submission to the Secretary of State of very important footpath at Little Rollright, Oxfordshire

Inspector's decision concludes Landowner's changes to public access at Baydon House Farm, Wiltshire

March 2017


A public meeting at Oxfordshire County Council saw the Council approve a submission to the Secretary of State about a footpath at Little Rollright, Oxfordshire.

8th November 2016


The end result of work by ET Landnet is that the Farm no longer has any public rights of way on the Farm drive or through the yard, and the privacy of the house and Farm cottages have been immeasurably improved. 

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Multiple diversion applications submitted for farmers in Essex

Michael Wood gives presentation to students at Hadlow College, Kent

April 2017


ET Landnet has recently submitted applications for farmers in Essex wanting to divert footpaths on their farms to allow them to introduce better land management.

October 2016


Michael Wood returned to Hadlow College for a consecutive year to give a presentation to Land management students about Rights of Way.