The CLA feels that business will be best served by making the current regulation more easily comprehensible, but does wonder why this was not done when the r
This short response sets out the CLA's response to the consultation on the guidance for local authorities on incentivising landowners to bring forward additi
This consultation response sets out the CLA's evidence, supplied by members, for the Penfold Review call for evidence. It includes evidence under the following headings: Heritage, environmental permits, protected species, utilities, highways, public rights of way, village greens, buildings regulations, pre-application advice etc.
This Guidance Note summarises the Housing Health and Safety Rating System, which has replaced the old test of whether a property is fit for human habitation.
The Government has consulted on how the existing law in relation to residential lettings might be better enforced and suggests a system of "enforced self reg
This consultation seeks views on how the public sector should support business in the future, it sets out the policy of using Business Link as the primary ro
The options presented in the consultation are successor arrangements to the current Hill Farm Allowance (HFA) as part of the new England Rural Development Pr
The CLA response to the Consultation on the Rural Development Programme for England 2007-13 calls for the Government to stand by its commitments to make envi
English Heritage publishes Heritage Counts 2005 – The State of England's Historic Environment. The focus of the 2005 publication focussed on rural areas.
The CLA, in a substantive and wide ranging response to the Government and industry strategy on the horse industry in England and Wales is calling for action on six priority areas.