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Harry Greenfield

Harry Greenfield

Senior Land Use Policy Adviser

Harry is a senior policy adviser who has been with the CLA since 2018. Before joining the CLA he worked for 10 years in a range of roles related to farming and the environment. This included working in parliament for 3 years; working for a farmers’ producer organisation; and working on land use policy for a conservation organisation.


He advises on environmental land use, including agri-environment schemes (Environmental Stewardship and Countryside Stewardship), protected species, natural capital, invasive species, pollinators and nature conservation.

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This guidance note provides a summary of recently published regulations that grant additional days fo temporary uses of land.
This Guidance Note explains enforcement and prosecution in cases where there is (or it is being claimed that there is) building work which has...
 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...

Harry Greenfield's Articles & Blog Posts

CLA Senior Land Use Policy Adviser Harry Greenfield reviews the latest State of Nature report
CLA's Senior Land Use Policy Advisor Harry Greenfield on new research by RSPB, the Wildlife Trusts and National Trust on a new model for farm...
Harry Greenfield, CLA Senior Land Use Policy Adviser, comments on the recent announcement by the RPA on environment stewardship payments.
CLA Senior Land Use Policy Adviser Harry Greenfield talks about #WorldEnvironmentDay and the importance of the Agriculture and Environment Bill post-...
Harry Greenfield, CLA Senior Land Use Policy Adviser, looks into environmental net gain and the role of landowners in delivering it.