Water grant funding priorities: River Leadon (catchment 43)

Find out if a holding is within this priority catchment area and which capital items are funding priorities for it.

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Capital items for improving water quality are now available through the Mid Tier of Countryside Stewardship.


Water grant funding priorities: River Leadon (catchment 43)

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Farmers and other land managers can apply for a Countryside Stewardship water grant to help pay for work to reduce diffuse water pollution from agriculture. This grant scheme forms part of the new Countryside Stewardship scheme. It builds upon the capital grant scheme within the Catchment Sensitive Farming project.

Use this document to:

  • check if a holding is within the priority catchment area
  • see which high priority capital items are available for this area

Read the accompanying guidance to find out the requirements for each capital item.

Published 2 March 2015