Henry was born in Dorking, Surrey, and was educated at Cranleigh School. After leaving, he moved to Dorset and worked on a diverse country estate and later a large mixed farm for six years. This gave him a sustained interest in agriculture and rural affairs. He then studied rural land management at the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, graduating in 2019 when he then became a graduate rural surveyor. Working across East Anglia and the Midlands, he specialised in valuations and the management of mixed asset rural portfolios. Whilst in this position, Henry become a Fellow of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers.
Henry’s passion for agriculture and property was ignited in Dorset. After moving away for a few years to work a national chain of surveyors and learn the markets of other counties, he has returned home bringing with him the knowledge and competency of a proper Dorset chap.
A Substantial Period Residential Equestrian Smallholding With Excellent Equestrian Facilities & Enormous Potential for Annexe (STP) requiring modernisation, Situated On The Edge Of New Forest - In Total 12 Acres