CLA members and guests enjoyed a tour of the production facilities at Ifor Williams Trailers last week.
CLA Cymru News
Members and guests gain a rare behind-the-scenes look at Ifor Williams Trailers’ factory
15 April 2019
CLA supports ‘breathing space’ offered by Brexit extension
11 April 2019
CLA President Tim Breitmeyer said: “Whilst not welcomed by all, this extension of the Brexit process to 31 October will avoid an abrupt ‘no deal’ and...
CLA questions timing of consultation on improving farm tenancies
09 April 2019
The Country Land and Business Association (CLA) which represents 30,000 landowners, has welcomed the opportunity to provide input on modernising and improving...Read more
More action needs to be taken to achieve #4GForAll in Wales
02 April 2019
The Government Gigabit voucher scheme offers help for the 5 per cent of homes and businesses unconnected by the current roll-out process.
05 March 2019
This has been posted in the North (East) Wales press to invite members and non-members alike to this event. A similar release has been posted in the South (East)...Read more
Mobile phone operators must "get on with the job" having been "given the tools"
25 February 2019
The CLA reacts to the decision in the Senedd to make changes to the Permitted Development Rights which the Welsh government says “could save companies some £2...Read more
CLA welcomes proposals to increase police powers to deal with illegal encampment
08 February 2019
The CLA (Country Land and Business Association) which represents 30,000 farmers and landowners has welcomed proposals announced by the UK Home Secretary,...Read more
Keeping children safe on farms is a priority for the Wales Farm Safety Partnership
31 January 2019
In May 2017, a nine-year-old boy was seriously injured at a Devon farm. Travelling as a passenger, he had toppled off an ATV being driven by a 13-year-old.