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How to apply for grants and submit an application under the Countryside Productivity Scheme
We support the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE), which works to make England’s agriculture and forestry sectors more competitive, to improve the quality of life in rural areas and to diversify rural economies.
Monitoring and evaluation reports detailing progress and performance during each Programme year.
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How to make a complaint about the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE)
The home of Rural Development Programme for England Network on GOV.UK. We support the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE), which works to make England’s agriculture and forestry sectors more competitive, to improv…
Grant funding for projects in England which create broadband infrastructure in rural areas - what is available and how to apply.
A number of changes have been confirmed today to the Countryside Productivity Small Grants scheme
A new £60m grants scheme where farmers can bid for cash to buy new farm equipment has been announced today by Farming Minister George Eustice.
LEADER funding is available to local businesses, communities, farmers, foresters and land managers. Find out how to apply for funding through Local Action Groups (LAGs).
Service will provide farmers with advice to help them protect cattle against bovine TB
If you want to apply for a grant under the RDPE Growth Programme these maps - based on Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) - tell you if your project is in an eligible rural area.
Latest information about the new Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) schemes.
The RDPE Network has published an independent evaluation of its activities for the 2007 to 2013 rural development programme (RDP).
If you are an adult working in the agricultural, horticultural and forestry sectors or are a rurally located small business there may be training opportunities you can sign up to.
The eighth meeting of the LEADER Exchange Group took place on the 24 September 2014
The main presentation and other supporting paperwork from the recent LDS workshop events in Leeds, Peterborough, Bristol and Addlestone.
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