grazing and stables

Kentjagman

Member
Horticulture
We have a couple of acres with 3 stables and mains water, been let to the same family for over 30 years. However they are now giving up horses. Been so long since we let out to a new tenant, can anyone advise what the going rate is? We are in the Medway area of Kent.

Thanks in advance
 

Turnip

Member
Search for DIY livery in your area, it can vary greatly depending on your stable sizes and amenities in the area. My quick search put you in between £100 and £140 per calendar month per horse for DIY livery. So 3 stables self catering I would guestimate £250/month.
 

farmbrew

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
North Notts
We are charging £38/wk/stable here on diy. It has to be more down your way. Most important thing though is get a reference. A bad tenant could prove to be a nightmare. The clause mentioned by Dry Rot might be a good idea (y)
 

Turnip

Member
We are charging £38/wk/stable here on diy. It has to be more down your way. Most important thing though is get a reference. A bad tenant could prove to be a nightmare. The clause mentioned by Dry Rot might be a good idea (y)
+1 on this, people are usually looking for a place for a reason, sometimes its innocent but there are some idiots out that get evicted/sent away frequently.
 

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