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27 November 2014 | CLA,News
Government introduces mobile coverage for countryside

The government has introduced plans for a 'national roaming mobile network' to ensure all rural communities receive mobile phone coverage. The CLA,...


21 October 2014 | CLA,News,Renewables
Truss attacks on solar farms 'misguided'

Comments made by Environment Secretary Liz Truss about solar farms are 'misguided', according to the Country Land and Business Association. The org...


9 October 2014 | CLA,News,Property News,Renewables
Government 'not recognising landowner concerns' over fracking developments

The Country Land and Business Association has written to Energy Minister Mathew Hancock expressing their concern that the government is failing to rec...


8 October 2014 | CLA,News,Property News
Confusion over Green Belt perpetuates housing crisis, says CLA

The CLA, which represents landowners, farmers and rural businesses, has said the Government’s continued practice of associating the Green Belt with en...


7 October 2014 | CLA,News,Property News
Think twice over sky lanterns, CLA urges

The CLA, which represents landowners, farmers and rural businesses, has backed a call by National Parks England to ban sky lanterns. National Park...


29 September 2014 | CLA,News,Property News
Who picks up the pieces if fracking causes damage? asks CLA

The consultation response from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) on fracking fails to properly tackle the issue of long-term liabilit...


24 September 2014 | Appointments,CLA,News
Derbyshire CLA elects new chairman

Edward Marshall, a Chartered Surveyor whose family has three generations’ experience of Derbyshire’s rural economy, has been elected Chairman of the C...


11 September 2014 | CLA,News,Property News
HS2 addressing landowners concerns 'too late' - CLA

HS2 Ltd has attempted to address the concerns of landowners affected by the rail link by releasing revised plans of the proposed route. The Country...


15 August 2014 | CLA,News,Property News
Government not respecting property rights over fracking, says CLA

The CLA has accused the Government of having too little regard for property rights and long-term liabilities to meet the demands of energy industry in...


4 August 2014 | Appointments,CLA,News
New chairman for CLA Warwickshire branch

A leading agricultural lawyer and rural business expert has taken over as chair of the Warwickshire branch of the CLA. Paul Rice, a partner at Leam...


24 July 2014 | CLA,News,Shows and Events
CLA Game Fair conservation prize winner announced

An aspiring river keeper is the winner of this year’s CLA Game Fair Conservation Saturday Quiz which took place at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire on 1...


21 July 2014 | CLA,News
Health of countryside goes under the microscope in CLA debates

The future development of the countryside was top of the agenda with debates between political and industry leaders at the CLA Game Fair at Blenheim P...


21 July 2014 | CLA,Finance,News
Farmers clash with Farage over CAP payments

UKIP’s plans for taking UK farming out of Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and the European Union are “unrealistic and uncosted” – according to CLA De...


17 July 2014 | CLA,News,Shows and Events
Ministers’ visits to CLA Game Fair will put rural issues in focus

Ministers visiting the CLA Game Fair at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire will have the chance to hear firsthand the concerns of the countryside. Farmin...


10 July 2014 | Arable,Cereal,CLA,Crops,Finance,News
Growth deal announcement 'must benefit rural economy', says CLA

Government allocations from the national growth pot 'must benefit all sections of the economy', the Country Land and Business Association have said. ...



CLA Jobs


24 March 2015
Laboratory Technician
Chemical testing and analysis of dairy products for the Group Technical laboratory and duties as required to ensure maintenan...

14 March 2015
Hatchery Drivers - HGV Class 1
An understanding of farm work, as well as experience transporting livestock, would be an advantage. This role is responsible ...

12 March 2015
HGV Class 1- Store Deliveries- Early Morning Starts- Fridge Work
Duties will involve delivering small cages of dairy produce such as milk and cheese to supermarkets throughout Scotland, coll...

22 March 2015
Lecturer in Animal Science
The School has a range of world class research facilities including the internationally recognised Centre for Dairy Research ...

21 March 2015
7.5 Tonne / Class 2 Driver
Kitwave Wholesale Group, has added a seventh company to its group following the acquisition of frozen food and ice cream whol...









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New chairman for CLA Warwickshire branch

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21 July 2014 | CLA

Farmers clash with Farage over CAP payme...

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10 July 2014 | CLA

Growth deal announcement 'must benefit r...

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CLA's assessment of share farming

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The new Common Agricultural Policy schem...

Latest information about new CAP schemes in England, including greening, ac...


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