Vickers and Barrass are a firm of Rural Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents offering a professional land agency and surveying service throughout the North East of England to farmers, estates and land owners alongside a professional sales and lettings service for residential and commercial property throughout the region.

T H Vickers Limited was originally established by Harry Vickers in 1973. In September 2012 the business was acquired by Darlington Farmers Auction Mart Limited to provide a land agency service and the brand name of Vickers and Barrass was formed. In August 2018 the firm expanded further to merge with Broadley and Coulson. Vickers and Barrass is now managed by Adam Barrass MRICS FAAV.

West End, Wolsingham, County Durham
Vickers and Barrass are pleased to offer to the sales market a beautiful stonebuilt 4 bed house with 3 reception rooms, large kitchen breakfast room, well maintained garden and large attached stone barn. A viewing appointment is highly recommended to appreciate the property and the location on offer.
Offers In Region Of £429,950
Maudville, Castleside, Consett,
Vickers and Barrass are pleased to offer to the market a spacious well-presented 3-bedroom terraced house with 2 reception rooms and detached garage. Located in the popular village of Castleside less than 3 miles south-west of Consett offering easy commuting access to the A68 north to Edinburgh and south to Darlington. Available with vacant possession and no onward chain, this property would be ideally suited to a first-time buyer or as a starter home for a family.
Offers In Region Of £155,000
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Vickers and Barrass operate from offices in Tow Law and Crook and within Darlington Farmers Auction Mart on sale days and provide a dedicated service to clients from North Yorkshire to the Scottish Borders.

Our team of experienced chartered surveyors and estate agents provide a range of services including valuations, farm business consultancy, rural and residential property sales and lettings, planning and development, landlord and tenant matters, farm subsidy and grants, environmental stewardship, surface mining and expert witness.

Posted on 30 July 2019

Farmers should be able to take advantage of a package of measures as they look to develop their existing businesses and open up new opportunities for revenue generation.

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Posted on 09 July 2019

The Countryside Productivity Small Grants Scheme has now opened its second round of funding. If you were granted funding in round 1 you may be eligible to apply for round 2, if you have not claimed more than £9000 in round 1. Round 2 is open between 9 July 2019 and midday on 3 September 2019.

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Posted on 25 June 2019
Farmers across North East England must treat the latest changes to farming subsidies cautiously and prepare fully, warns a leading firm of land agents and rural chartered surveyors. Laura Carrick, rural chartered surveyor at County Durham based Vickers & Barrass, comments farmers need to start to prepare for post-Brexit changes and the move away from the EU-wide payment system, in the light of the National Audit Office’s early review of the farming programme.

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