Rural Land Register
The Rural Rural Land Register (RLR) holds mapping information for all holdings within England. It is updated by the Rural Payments Agency (RPA). Land must be accurately registered on the RLR before land management grants can be given.
The CLA carefully monitors the RLR update process and gives feedback to the RPA from its members through the RPA’s Technical Stakeholder Group and through our ministerial meetings.
For advice on the Single Payment Scheme (SPS) and problems that relate to maps, please see our page in the advice section of the website.
The RPA offer one-to-one mapping update review meeting for members who have found major mistakes on the amended maps which have been returned to them.
See details on the RPA website - the link to the RLR is on the right hand side of the RPA homepage.
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