• SCSI/Teagasc Agricultural Land Market Review and Outlook Report 2021

  • 20/04/2021

  • 11:00

  • 12:00

  • 1.0

  • Online CPD, .

  • Join the SCSI & Teagasc as they present the results of the SCSI/Teagasc Agricultural Land Market Review and Outlook Report 2021.

    Presenters will also provide commentary and insights on the agricultural land market in 2020, and an outlook for the market for 2021 and beyond.


    TJ Cronin, Vice President, SCSI


    Trevor Donnellan, Teagasc

    Trevor is Head of the Agricultural Economics and Farm Surveys Department at Teagasc (Ireland’s Agricultural Research Institute).

    He is a member of the Teagasc (FAPRI-Ireland) modelling team which undertakes economic analysis of agricultural markets and policy issues affecting the agri-food sector.  He has over 20 years’ experience, examining potential short and medium term developments, focussed on dairy, pigs and input markets.

    Trevor has worked extensively on a range of EU funded international projects and national level projects exploring the economics of the agri-food sector, covering agricultural policy, trade policy and policies relating to agriculture’s impact on the environment.

    He is one of the authors of the Land Market Report, an annual publication produced in association with the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland.

    Katie Dempsey, SCSI

    Katie is a Policy & Research Executive in the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland. Katie’s role includes gathering and analysing evidence-based data to produce industry research reports and liaising with members to harness their expertise to support new ideas and new approaches in shaping public policy. Katie joined the SCSI’s Practice and Policy team in 2020. Prior to this, she worked in policy and research for a Government agency, working to ensure the growth and development of Irish enterprises in world markets.

    James Lee, MSCSI, REA John Lee

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