News and views on issues concerning CLA members in the South East
Find out how a Surrey farmer has harnessed the power of a global cultural initiative to bring the rural and urban community closer together.
Last week, I was interviewed by BBC Three Counties Radio about broadband issues in rural areas - including a village in Buckinghamshire where one side of the
The CLA’s 2017 Kent Debate focused on the impact of major infrastructure and development on rural Kent and the need for reforms to compulsory purchase laws.
What’s in a label?
The UN Conference on Climate Change ends this Friday. Whatever the final outcomes on an international level, we can be sure that landowners and farmers in this country will be continuing to change the way they work to create a more sustainable future.
Robin Edwards, CLA South East Regional Director
The countryside is buzzing with economic potential but too often the 646,000 rural businesses in England and Wales are overlooked.
It’s been a mild and pleasant autumn so far, so it came as no surprise to see the recent weather warnings, with storms and heavy rain forecast for this