See the full range of CLA Cymru policy documents outlining our vision for key rural issues in Wales
"Sustainable Farming & Our Land" is the second Welsh Government consultation offering proposals to replace and improve upon the EU Common Agricultural Policy regime for supporting and regulating farming in Wales. Since the deadline for responses has passed, the Welsh Government has appointed independent consultants to assess the responses. The Government is looking to a "co-design phase" which will model various options to replace existing support structures.
This is a call for evidence from Bangor University carrying out a technical study. The evidence-gathering peiod was very short. For the CLA, ensuring that agricultural land is not included in this part of the tax system is essential, particularly at a time when there is so much change and uncertainty around farming and land use
This Consultation exercise explores the context, process and needs for the absorption of environmental regulation after Brexit
This consultation examines the option for firearms to be used on NRW land.We feel its important to assert the importance and benefits of allowing shooting in maintaining our natural resources as well as supporting the local and rural economy.
This year 1st April has seen the introduction of the first mainstream Welsh taxes since the Thirteenth Century; tax is becoming a big differentiat
Sheep movement recording changes – 1st September 2018.
This consultation refers to proposals which will define the high-level principles on which planning will be based in Wales.
This Consultation examines the Welsh Government's plans to support this economic sector. CLA Cymru responds urging the Government to focus on primary production of food amongst other feedback.
This Welsh Government Consultation examines two sets of regulations under the Renting Homes (Fees etc.) (Wales) Act 2019:
1.Regulations under paragraph 6 of Schedule 1 to the 2019 Act may set an additional description of default and prescribe a limit on payments in default - Consultation seeks views on what default payments may be required and what, if any limits are placed on them for a breach of a tenancy agreement.
2.Regulations may prescribe information a landlord (or agent) must provide to a prospective tenant before they take a holding deposit - Consultation seeks view on what information must be given to a prospective tenant before they pay a holding deposit to a landlord or agent.
The consultation period closed on 19 July 2019.
Welsh Government Consultation WG32396
Date: 6 April 2018