Emily is Head of Rural Research at Savills. She qualified as a lawyer in London before returning to her farming roots via a MSc in Sustainable Agriculture at Harper Adams. She has undertaken various roles in food and farming, including for local food organisations and working in Brussels for an MEP on agricultural and environmental policy matters. She joined Savills in 2018 and leads a team of 10 rural researchers dedicated to providing market leading insight and advice on farming, climate and sustainability issues. Emily works with private, charitable and institutional clients to develop communication and investment strategies across the land-based sector. This includes responses to the new Agriculture and Environment Acts in England, and emerging Natural Capital opportunities across the country. Emily is a Nuffield Scholar, she sits on the CLA’s national policy committee and she is Chair of the Oxford Farming Conference 2023. She lives on a farm in Norfolk with her family.