Why Companies Are Buying Private Land to Host Events

Why Companies Are Buying Private Land to Host Events

We are all extremely lucky that the world is starting to return to some form of normality. Last year it kind of felt like the world stood still for a while and nothing was happening. Luckily, we are no longer at a standstill and it feels like things are actually happening in the world.

Last year, it felt as though you had no choice but to stay in as there were no events taking place and nothing of interest was really happening. Now it feels as though companies are starting to overcompensate for the time that was lost and so there are a bunch of events planned for the upcoming future.

Something that you may have noticed is that events are not taking place in their usual places. Before, it was common for most major events to happen in public spaces, so that many people could participate. Holding events in public spaces made it much more accessible for people to get to them, so why exactly are companies now choosing to buy private land to host their events?

To Keep The Events Small

Though the hardest part of the pandemic is over, we have not quite returned to normality yet. The last thing that the world needs is the number of people affected by the virus to increase again and so event planners need to take the appropriate measures to ensure that this doesn’t happen.

Most private land that is on the market right now is not incredibly big and so has a limitation on the capacity that it can hold. Having a capacity limitation will ensure that companies do not feel the temptation to sell more tickets to the event to make more money. Keeping events numbers to a small amount will make it much easier to police the spread of the virus.

A way in which event hosts have been trying to keep the virus under control is by offering tests to anyone wanting to enter the events. You can now use rapid tests to test people before they come into events, which take around thirty minutes to complete. If there was a large number of people entering an event, then it would take an extremely long time and would cost the event host a substantial amount of money. By limiting the size of the event, the event hosts are making the process much easier, which will add to the normality of the event as it happens.

Not only will you save time on testing the people hosting the events, but keeping the number of people attending the events at a lower number will also keep those that are there much safer.

Buying Land Saves Money

Depending on what kind of company that you own, it is likely that you will be aiming to host several events in a year. Hosting events is a great way to allow your workers to network with other businesses, as well as give you a chance to fundraise and improve workers morale.

If you a company is hosting several events throughout the year, it just makes sense that they buy land to host these events on. It can cost thousands to rent a plot of land to host an event on, just for one evening, so imagine how much a company will spend over the course of a year.

Once a company buys a plot of land, then they can use it however they please and they only need to spend money once. Even when they are not hosting events, companies can use the land for other activities, such as team-building events or company days out.

Having a plot of land that they can use for a variety of different reasons can save a company a lot of money, as they won’t have to constantly outsource to other companies in order to use their land. It is also a fantastic future investment, as a company may wish to expand in the future and may need additional space for storage or to build new premises.

It is Much Cheaper to Buy Land From a Private Seller

If you were in need of land and you turned to a professional realtor company for help, then they may charge a large amount of money for this land. This is because they aim to make a good profit for the seller and also enough money for them to gain a good commission.

Private sellers do not like to turn to realtors often, as it means they miss out on a lot of money. If you are someone that has an excess of private land at your disposal and you don’t want the hassle of trying to sell your home through real estate agents or online display, you can always reach out to a company that will buy your land fast, you just need to advertise your land and reach out to local businesses that may be interested.

If you are on the other side of the coin and you are looking to buy land, but you are having no luck finding any within your price limit, reach out to local farmers and other people that own a significant amount of land, as they may be easily persuaded to sell their land to you for a more than reasonable price.

It is all about knowing where to look and having the right connections, as this is how you can save the most money.

How the Pandemic Created a Proposal Spike

How the Pandemic Created a Proposal Spike

The pandemic changed a lot of things for people globally; how they work, how to avoid getting ill, learning new skills. And for some, the pandemic helped people to figure out their love-life. Some couples realised after spending so much time together that they weren’t as compatible as they thought, and split up. Others realised how much they love their partner and want to be with them, and to cherish the moments they spend together. This lead to a small spike in proposals, and if you are thinking of joining this trend and proposing to your significant other, then here are some things you might want to consider first.

How to do it

This one may seem like a no-brainer, but it can be really difficult to plan these things ahead of time, especially when you don’t know what places will be open to use as the perfect spot. And not only that, engagements are an extremely special, intimate moment that your significant other will likely remember forever – so that means you’ve got to know what they like. If your partner doesn’t like being the centre of attention, and you invite everyone you know to do a surprise proposal, they likely won’t enjoy it as much as they could have. And vice versa, if your partner loves big events and making memories, then thewy may be disappointed if you took them somewhere private to propose. You also need to consider whether or not you want pictures or a video of this event, or if your partner will want them if you don’t, in which case you can hire a photographer or ask friends to help. But if you do this, make sure you keep this as a surprise for your spouse, that way it’ll be so much more exciting and heartfelt to receive those pictures from you.

What ring to get?

The ring is one of the most important parts of proposing, it will be what everyone asks to see when your partner tells them the good news, and it will signify how much you love and know your partner. It is definitely best to discuss with them well before you propose, so you know what budget you can stick to, and to make it as personal for them as possible. If you know your partner loves big flashy engagement rings but you just don’t have the budget for it and really want to make her happy, then you could look into options such as moissanite engagement rings which have the same look as diamonds, but are far more sparkly and much much cheaper. There are plenty of cheaper options for other expensive stones too, including lab grown diamonds which are much cheaper and better ethically sourced than real ones. But make sure you ask your partner what they want, and especially make sure you find out their ring size!


This one not only applies to your engagement, but to your eventual wedding too. Engagement rings can get extremely expensive, especially if you want to get one custom made or designed, and if you’re planning on proposing somewhere romantic or a bit more out there to celebrate the occasion, then you’ll want to make sure you can afford all of that without breaking the bank. It is a good idea to have a savings account set aside specifically for this, and to have a set amount you want it to get to. It would also be good to make sure you shop around and look out for any deals or vouchers you could get to help pay towards the event. You’ll also want to discuss with your partner whether or not they’d like an engagement party to commemorate the event, and is this something you’re going to single handedly provide for, or is there a possibility you can get family to chip in too.

All in all, the main theme of these tips is to PLAN. Plan where it is happening, plan what ring to get, and plan how much you’re willing and able to spend on these things. It may take a lot of time to be able to fully have everything prepared, so this definitely shouldn’t be a spur of the moment decision. Not to mention, you really need to make sure that this person is the one you want to spend the rest of your life with, and that you’re not just getting engaged for the sake of it, or because they asked you to. Think about everything ahead of time, plan in advance, and your proposal should go over very smoothly.