24 Oct 2018
Members of the Energy Planning and Rural Affairs planning group met to discuss shared and differential positions on the Brexit and our Land consultation.
Members of the Energy Planning and Rural Affairs planning group
met to discuss shared and differential positions on the Brexit and
our Land consultation. The main discussion focused on the potential
definition of food as a public good. Read the notes
Brexit and our land: Securing the future of Welsh farming
Welsh Government are consulting on the proposals for a planned,
multi-year transition and seeking views on:
- A new land management programme consisting of an
Economic Resilience Scheme and a Public Goods Scheme.
- How the specific schemes that will deliver the support
should be designed.
consultation is an important opportunity for all
stakeholders - farming and forestry related businesses,
environmental organisations, local authorities, members of the
public, professional bodies and others - to provide their views on
what actions we should take to support land managers after we leave
the European Union. The closing date for the consultation
is 30 October 2018.
For more information watch our webinar