This guidance note sets out when an exemption will need to be registered, a summary of exemptions available and a step by step guide to registering an exemption on the PRS Exemptions Register.
This guidance note provides an overview of EPCs and MEES ahead of the 1st April 2020 deadine. It covers whether your property is captured by the Regulations, how to register an exemption, the CLA's approach to listed buildings and conservation areas and practical EPC advice.
CLA land use policy adviser Fraser McAuley writes about the recent flooding in Yorkshire and the Midlands
Latest figures show that around two-thirds of farms in England have diversified. CLA Member, Emily McVeigh of Kenton Hall Estate, discusses her family’s diversification into glamping, weddings, cookery and longhorn beef.
Local authorities can create 'local heritage lists' of heritage assets which are not significant enough to qualify for national listing/scheduling etc but are felt to be of sufficient local significance to be taken into account in planning decisions. Less than half have local heritage lists, though more may do so in future. Local heritage listing gives this heritage a significant degree of protection, and may affect (positively or negatively) owners and neighbouring owners. This Guidance Note explains how it is carried out, what it means, and now members can be involved in, or influence, the process.
CLA Senior Rural Business and Economy Adviser Charles Trotman looks at the governments decision to fund £1bn to end poor rural connectivity
CLA Director of Policy and Advice Judicaelle Hammond outlines the importance of applying for the Natural England board member vacancies
CLA Land Use Policy Adviser Fraser McAuley looks at the return of the long-awaited Agriculture Bill
The CLA has responded to the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee inquiry on agriculture, achieving net-zero emissions. In our response, we highlight that landowners and managers are crucial to achieving net-zero across the economy. The ambition to achieve net-zero for the sector should be reframed to look at the full range of positive contributions from farmers and landowners towards the national obligation rather than focussing on the sector specific emissions.
CLA Head of Planning Fenella Collins explores the potential implications of the Glover Review for CLA members