CAAV secretary Jeremy Moody to brief Norfolk farmers and rural professionals

Jeremy Moody, CAAV. Picture: KARL HOPKINSON

Jeremy Moody, CAAV. Picture: KARL HOPKINSON


A leading national voice on rural valuations will brief Norfolk farmers and land agents on changes affecting countryside businesses at an event next month.

Jeremy Moody, secretary and adviser to the CAAV (Central Association of Agricultural Valuers) will be the guest speaker at the spring update run by the Norfolk Association of Agricultural Valuers’ (NAAV).

Mr Moody is also an assembly member of the European Group of Valuers’ Associations and vice chairman of the European Valuation Standards


Rachael Hipperson, rural business director at Norfolk-based agency TW Gaze, said: “Jeremy is very much the oracle in the land agency game and the event promises to be informative, simulating and thought provoking and should be of interest to land agents, farmers and landowners, solicitor, accountants and anyone else working in the agricultural sector.”

The event will be held at Park Farm Hotel in Hethersett, Norwich, from 7.45am on April 27, costing £10 for CAAV members and £12.50 for non-members. For booking details, contact

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