The CLA’s Agricultural Transition Roadshow

A guest blog from Tim Isaac, Associate Partner at Ceres Rural
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Don’t miss your chance to get the answers you need to drive your business forward.

We’re delighted to be to joining CLA experts, Defra and the RPA at a series of events looking at the latest developments on the agricultural transition.

It can feel like there are announcements about the new Environmental Land Management schemes on an almost daily basis and we know that some are finding it difficult to know which way to turn. These events will offer a very timely one-stop-shop to help you navigate your way through all the information and identify the parts most relevant to you and your business.

There are many opportunities to replace some of the BPS money being lost, whether it’s the expanded SFI offer, new Countryside Stewardship options and payment rates, or the various productivity schemes. With BPS payments scheduled to hit half or below 2020 levels by next year, it’s never been more important to assess your options and take action.

We know that these events were very well received last year, but this time there is the added bonus of the Future Farming Resilience Fund (FFRF). After our presentation, we will be on hand to explain how you can access free business advice from us through the scheme. So, if the event helps to clarify the key policy developments, you can then book a meeting with us on farm to look at how the various options can be tailored specifically to your business. And all for free!

So, step one: book on to your nearest event:

  • 7 March | Newark, Nottinghamshire | 1.30pm - 5pm. Book here
  • 8 March | Northampton, Northamptonshire | 9.30am - 12pm. Book here
  • 8 March | Chelmsford, Essex | 6pm - 8.30pm. Book here
  • 9 March | Diss, Norfolk | 10am - 12.30pm. Book here

Step two: Register with us for your free farm business advice:

Register online here, or by emailing or calling us on 01223 679679.

We look forward to seeing you!

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Tim Isaac, Associate Partner at Ceres Rural