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The Queen’s Green Canopy

Batcheller Monkhouse are proud to be raising awareness of The Queen’s Green Canopy. This initiative of planting over a million trees across the nation between October 2021 and March 2023 […]

Wear It Pink

In October 2022, Batcheller Monkhouse once again took part in Wear It Pink to help raise awareness and money for Breast Cancer Now. Breast Cancer Now raise money every year […]

Careers Fair 2022

In October 2022, a team of our Rural Professionals had great success attending Careers Fairs at the Royal Agricultural University and Oxford Brookes University. Royal Agricultural University – Thursday 6th […]

Ploughing Matches 2022

During September 2022 many of our Rural Professionals, Agency, Lettings, Telecoms and Planning teams attended a number of Ploughing Matches across Kent and Sussex. Weald of Kent Ploughing Match The […]

Telecoms Rooftop Training

On the 28th July 2022, the Batcheller Monkhouse Telecoms department attained their Rooftop Training certification after completing a day’s course at a specialist facility in Romney Marsh. The training was […]

Bowel Cancer UK Charity Walk

On Saturday 23rd April staff from our Battle branch will be taking part in a 31 mile Charity Walk to raise funds for Bowel Cancer UK. Charity Walk in Memory […]

Farm Expo 2022

On Wednesday 2 March Batcheller Monkhouse were thrilled to be back at Farm Expo in Detling, Kent. The popular rural event which takes place at the Kent Showground includes trade […]

Changes to the Electronic Communications Code

This week, the Government has given its long-anticipated response to the Consultation on the reform to the new Code that they instigated earlier this year. For the full response click […]

farmers and landowners agree to electronic communications operators

Many farmers and landowners agree to electronic communications operators, such as mobile phone companies, installing aerials and other equipment on the roofs of their buildings or erecting masts on their […]