by Nicola Davies.
Agri Advisor Solicitors have a presence at a number of Agricultural Events throughout the year. Please select a date from the right hand side for further details of events we are attending or organising as well as dates of other events that may be of interest to you.
by Nicola Davies.
Innovation and Diversification Wales is a free event and will provide you with support, advice and guidance to improve your business and allow you to explore new ideas to improve profitability and sustainability.
If you have been lucky enough to submit a favourable expression of interest (EOI) for the sustainable production grant in rounds 4 or 5, you will have been invited to submit a full application for consideration for a contract.
If you are interested in applying for a sustainable production grant, the next window is expected to open on the 2nd September 2019 and close on the 11th October 2019.
If you own land in Ceredigion that you believe may be suitable for development, it is crucial you act now, to submit the site to the Council for consideration in the Replacement Local Development Plan (LDP2).
by Ellie Watkins. As a rural chartered surveyor, I generally advise on valuations, landlord and tenant matters, grants and stewardships and planning matters. However, increasingly I am being asked to advise farmers and landowners on what records they should be keeping to be compliant in regards to receiving the basic payment subsidy.
By Bryn Thomas. Increasingly mediations are used as a mechanism to conclude a dispute to avoid the cost and expense of issuing proceedings. They also compromise a dispute on known terms thus achieving certainty of outcome (at least one would hope) avoiding the unpredictability of a trial or what is often known as litigation risk.
The consultation proposes a new single scheme to support farmers which is made up of two elements, Sustainable Farming Payment and Business Support. It promises, post Brexit, once agricultural funding is returned to Wales, the Welsh Government will ensure that funds are directed at farming and other land management, and not elsewhere. The scheme promises to make farm businesses more resilient by providing an annual sustainable Farming Payment to reward environmental outcomes and business support to develop farm businesses.
DEFRA has confirmed that the secondary application window for the Countryside Productivity Small Grants (CPSG) scheme has reopened today for English Farmers, it will be open for 8 weeks, closing on the 3rd September 2019.
Farm support in Wales will deliver a sustainable future for the industry and the environment, Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths said today as plans for a new post-Brexit farming scheme were unveiled.