CLA Cymru welcomes your feedback on a Welsh Government consultation which proposes a new Land Management Programme to support Welsh farmers post-Brexit, to replace the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
England & Wales
This Guidance Note is designed to be read alongside the CLA Guidance Note Getting heritage and other consents. It concerns what is and is not included in a listing, i.e. the principal building, objects and fixtures, attached buildings, and curtilage structures. It also covers the implications of inclusion, and what members can do to persuade local authorities or others that something is, or is not, covered by the listing of a listed building.
This guidance note sets out a revised fixed line telecommunications land agreement and includes new advisory rates for the payment of wayleaves. This will assist CLA members when they negotiate new wayleave rates with broadband alternative network providers.
On 28 December 2017 the revised Electronic Communications Code came into force. The Code applies to contracts created from this date and not retrospectively. This handbook examines the main issues.
The CLA’s submission to the Ofcom consultation on using the 700MHZ spectrum auction to increase mobile coverage focuses on meeting the objective of universal coverage. It is still very much the case that rural areas lag well behind urban areas in the provision of an effective mobile network. In our response, we call on Ofcom to speed up the auction process and impose conditions on operators that ensures rural areas are covered by an up to date mobile telephony network.
The CLA has responded to Defra's consultation on Proposals to tackle crime and poor performance in the waste sector and introduce a new fixed penalty for the waste duty of care.
This year 1st April has seen the introduction of the first mainstream Welsh taxes since the Thirteenth Century; tax is becoming a big differentiator between
This consultation asked about the HLF's proposed strategy over the next few years. This CLA response stresses the need for the HLF to focus on heritage at risk,to ensure that funded projects are financially viable in the long term, and to increase the number of private sector applications.
The UK Government's consultation on future farming policy post-Brexit has been published.
CLA Cymru has produced a briefing note explaining how the relationship between the Welsh and UK governments is adding an additional level of complexity to th