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7 February 2013 | News,NFU,Property News

Farmers are being urged to take part in a new government consultation on the way Less Favoured Areas (LFAs) are designated or risk having their land c...

Less Favoured Area designation in the spotlight after 40 years

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7 February 2013 | News

Company representatives who appeared on the television series Dragons' Den will address the Farmers' Union of Wales annual general meeting this month....

Dragons' Den inventors to address FUW meeting

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7 February 2013 | News,Property News

More than 64,000 homes will be better protected from the effects of flooding after 93 new flood defences were given the green light to start construct...

Government announces flood defence scheme

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5 February 2013 | News

County councils have been urged to show 'greater commitment' to younger farmers by helping them secure tenancies, it has been revealed. "Many young...

Councils urged to show commitment to younger farmers

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1 February 2013 | Machinery and Equipment,News,Property News

An Essex horticultural nursery has been fined after a worker suffered serious leg injuries when a dumper truck overturned. Grzegorz Krzyzak, 32, su...

Nursery fined after dumper truck injures worker

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1 February 2013 | Finance,News,Property News

A lending scheme which helps to fund purchases of farm inputs has recorded loans of more than £1 million in its first year and returned interest of 5....

Industry helps itself through peer-to-peer lending

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30 January 2013 | News,Property News

Estate agency Halls has appealed for more country properties with land and outbuildings to satisfy growing demand for tenants with equestrian interest...

Demand outstrips supply in equestrian property

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30 January 2013 | News

The current debate over the UK's membership of the EU and the Prime Ministers' recent announcement of a referendum 'should be a huge concern to farmer...

FUW president expresses EU fears

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30 January 2013 | News,Property News

Farming groups have contacted their local police and crime commissioners in a bid to tackle the growing problem of rural crime. Union officials and...

Farm groups highlight growth in rural theft

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29 January 2013 | News,Property News

The National Trust is showing its support for the Pasture-Fed Livestock Association (PFLA) by pledging to pay the first year's membership fee for the ...

National Trust offers tenants free membership of the PFLA

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28 January 2013 | News,Property News

The next phase of the HS2 high-speed rail network from the Midlands to Leeds and Manchester has been unveiled by the government. Commenting on the ...

HS2 'will blight thousands of rural homes' says CLA

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23 January 2013 | Rural Life,News,Property News

The CLA is calling for amendments to the Growth and Infrastructure Bill to rural-proof economic development and ensure the long-term sustainability of...

Amend Growth and Infrastructure Bill, says CLA

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23 January 2013 | News,Property News,Shows and Events

CLA member Charles Forbes Adam has been awarded the annual Bledisloe Gold Medal for Landowners by the Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE) for...

Forbes Adam wins top landowner award

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22 January 2013 | Finance,News,Property News

A more effective partnership between farmers, government and the Environment Agency is needed to protect agricultural land from flooding. Despite a...

Unite to protect farmland from flooding, NFU warns

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22 January 2013 | News,Property News

The government should not overlook the role of rural settlements in tackling the national housing shortage, according to the Country Land and Business...

Rural settlements could tackle housing shortage - CLA

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16 January 2013 | News,Organic,Property News

Despite a slight decline between 2009 and 2010, since 1999 the global land area farmed organically has expanded more than threefold to 37 million hect...

Global organic land area expands threefold

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16 January 2013 | News,Property News

Increased investment in infrastructure to combat the damage of floods must be implemented soon for homeowners, warns the Chartered Institution of Wate...

Investment levels in flood protection 'unacceptable'

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10 January 2013 | News,Property News,Rural Life

A new agreement has been finalised between the Country Land and Business Association and the National Farmers' Union that aims to bring rural broadban...

Agreement paves way for superfast rural broadband

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19 December 2012 | News,Property News

New Government figures showing a decline in fly-tipping incidents are misleading as they do not include cases on privately owned land, research sugges...

Figures showing decline in fly-tipping are 'misleading'

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14 December 2012 | News,Property News

A trainee architect has designed an eco-house which he hopes to build in the Leicestershire countryside. The design is a system of infinite recycl...

Eco-house seeks planning permission in Leicestershire

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13 December 2012 | News,Property News

The Welsh uplands must optimise agricultural productivity if it is to maintain the viability of surrounding businesses according to a report. The r...

Welsh uplands need optimising, report warns

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12 December 2012 | News

The Farmers’ Union of Wales is warning farmers with areas of sole grazed common land to register links between their holdings and that land - or risk ...

Register land to avoid penalties, farmers warned

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4 December 2012 | News,Property News,Renewables and Environment

Farm tenants have called on local authorities to work with them in the development of renewable energy schemes. Concerns have been raised by the te...

Farm tenants express anger over green energy schemes

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3 December 2012 | News,Property News,Renewables and Environment

Human intervention is the 'only way we are going to protect the countryside' said Natural Environment and Fisheries Minister Richard Benyon. Speaki...

Human intervention must 'protect countryside' says minister

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30 November 2012 | Finance,News,Property News

Farm income figures for Wales have shown an average increase of 15% coming from business income across all farm types. "I am encouraged by these fi...

Farm income figures show rise of 15%

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