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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 advice on the planning policy context and government guidance for rural workers’ dwellings by reference to the National...
Housing development is one of the most significant challenges currently facing the country.  This is likely to result in more development...
This guidance note covers the requirement for EPCs for buildings being let or sold.  It has been updated to July 2019.
Agriculture and land use contributes to around 10% of the UK’s total greenhouse gas emissions. Carbon accounting on farms is one of the best ways to...
This is the only substantive guidance written from the point of view of owners of heritage and traditional buildings.  It covers ways of cutting...

Fraser Mcauley's Articles & Blog Posts

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...
CLA Land Use Policy Adviser Fraser McAuley examines the dry weather forecast from the Met Office and what members can do to prepare and cope with the...
CLA Land Use Policy Adviser, Fraser McAuley looks at how advances in agricultural technology, mapping software and techniques are giving farmers the...
CLA Land Use Policy Adviser Fraser McAuley discusses the impact of the recent dry weather on the countryside and looks at what approach CLA members...