Some of the areas where we help members.
If you own at least 5 hectares (12.36 acres) you could be eligible to claim under the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS).
The referendum decision to leave the European Union (EU) will result in greater changes to the rural economy than any decision taken in the past 40 years. What impact will this have on you?
Due to all the planned infrastructure projects, compulsory purchase now really matters to landowners.
If you allow country sports to take place on your land, knowledge of all aspects of the law concerning field sports is essential.
Whatever diversification you are considering – converting redundant farm buildings into offices, creating a farm shop or starting up a cheese company – you should be a member of the CLA.
Whether you have a particular employment problem, need to find out how employment law can affect your business or want to defend your rights, the CLA can help.
Whether you are actively farming or you are a landowner with a contractor or tenants – you should be a member of the CLA.
The CLA can help whether you have a particular legal problem or need to find out how the ever-changing law can affect you.
The CLA has played a major role in ensuring that small-scale rural developments get proper consideration.
Whether you own a single acre or a thousand you need to know what your rights and responsibilities are for everything that happens on your land.
Your land, property and business are valuable assets. Whether you see yourself as a landowner, a farmer or a rural business owner, the CLA is your association.
There are nearly 100,000 miles of public paths in England alone, and the public rights of way network is complex...
Inheritance Tax and unexpected tax bills can threaten long-term family ownership of land or property.
We have a once in a lifetime opportunity to shape the future of UK farming and rural business.