Hannah Taylor


Hannah is an Agricultural Property Associate who completed her post-graduate legal training with a specialist agricultural firm in the Midlands. She is a member of the ALA and deals with a variety of agricultural property matters including the following:

  • Sale and purchase of agricultural and residential property (freehold and leasehold) including sales of part to include grant and reservation of all necessary rights of access, services and drainage
  • Wayleave agreements
  • Easements
  • Adverse possession claims
  • Voluntary first registrations
  • Transactions involving overage
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Highways and public rights of way including footpath diversions, footpath deletions and town village green applications
  • Private rights of way
  • Access to land
  • Boundaries and title issues

Areas of expertise:

Hannah has a particular interest in public footpath and town village green matters. She has acted on behalf of landowners to delete and divert public footpaths and to object to applications for public rights of way over their land. She has also acted on behalf of a landowner to successfully defend an application for a town village green over his land. Hannah particularly enjoys advising landowners on the best ways to protect their land from unwanted claims for public rights of way and/or town village greens.