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Fraser McAuley

Fraser McAuley

Land Use Policy Adviser

Fraser is a Land Use Policy Adviser who has worked for the CLA for over two years.

Following an undergraduate degree in agriculture from Aberystwyth University, Fraser worked on and managed a number of different dairy farms in the UK and New Zealand. He then completed an MSc in Agriculture and International Development from the University of Reading.

Fraser advises on a range of agricultural areas in both England and Wales and contributes to the CLA’s future agricultural policy development.


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 This guidance note provides an overview of Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) for commercial...
Defra released a consultation on June 19 on the UK government’s Tree Strategy for England. The consultation document sets out Defra’s current...
This Guidance Note concerns what is and is not included in a listing, i.e. the principal building, and potentially fixtures, attached structures, and...
  This guidance note provides a summary of the available permitted development rights for the change of use of agricultural and other buildings to...
This note provides information on the Woodland Carbon Guarantee (WCaG). This is a £50m government scheme which provides a financial incentive to land...

Fraser Mcauley's Articles & Blog Posts

 Land Use Adviser Fraser McAuley casts an eye over the rural workforce making the most of the improved weather and helping to keep the nation running...
CLA land use policy adviser Fraser McAuley writes about the recent flooding in Yorkshire and the Midlands
CLA Land Use Policy Adviser Fraser McAuley looks at the return of the long-awaited Agriculture Bill
CLA Land Use Policy Adviser Fraser McAuley explores the potential benefits that growing hemp could offer farmers and landowners. 
CLA Land Use Policy Adviser Fraser McAuley discusses a new trailer safety scheme the general importance of farm safety after meeting with the Farm...