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Claire Wright

Claire Wright MSc MRICS

East - Rural Surveyor

Claire is a Chartered Surveyor with 8 years’ experience in rural practice. She studied at the University of Birmingham and the Royal Agricultural College before starting her career at a firm of land agents based in Cambridgeshire. She joined the CLA in 2013 to work in the Eastern Region advisory team.

She advises on many areas of rural practice but with a particular focus on planning and diversification. She gets involved with lobbying activity related to rural crime and the provision of rural services. She is a fully qualified mental health first aider.

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Guidance Note on Certificates of Lawfulness of Existing Use or Development (CLEUD) and Certificates of Proposed Use or Development (CLOPUD)
Under new rules, if your septic tank currently discharges directly to a surface water you must replace or upgrade the system by 1 January 2020.  This...
This Guidance Note provides government planning guidance to support on-farm reservoirs, farm shops, the use of polytunnels, farm tracks and on-farm...
This guidance note sets out the recent changes to the methodology for calculating the occupier's wayleave payment on arable land in England and...
This guidance note sets out when an exemption will need to be registered, a summary of exemptions available and a step by step guide to registering...

Claire Wright Msc Mrics's Articles & Blog Posts

Claire Wright, CLA Regional Surveyor talks about making sure that your gun security is in order during the shooting season.  
CLA Regional Surveyor Claire Wright reflects on what police forces are doing to tackle rural crime as a week that aims to raise awareness of the...
Claire Wright, CLA Regional Surveyor considers the issues of mental health within the rural community
Claire Wright, CLA Regional Surveyor speaks on her recent appearance on BBC Cambridgeshire and what it feels like to undertake media work on behalf...
Claire Wright, CLA Regional Surveyor on getting involved with educating the next generation.