Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra)
What you'll need to do to visit the UK after the UK leaves the EU, including whether you'll need to apply for a visa.
How councils deal with complaints about noise at night, intruder alarms, construction noise and loudspeakers in the street.
How to prepare for travel with your pet to any EU country after EU Exit whether the UK leaves the EU with or without a deal.
Guidance for individual travellers bringing food or other products with a plant or animal origin into the UK for personal use, or receiving such products by post.
Use the RLE1 form to make changes to your digital maps, register new land and transfer entitlements by sub-lease or inheritance.
Funding and eligibility information for Mid Tier applicants for 2019 applications.
How to register or renew a waste exemption, including agricultural waste, WEEE, bulk exemptions and linear networks.
Find out when you need to do a flood risk assessment as part of your planning application, how to complete one and how it's processed.
How to identify, prevent spread and dispose of Japanese knotweed.
Make your claim for payment using the Rural Payments service.
Check the transport companies and routes you can use to bring your pet cat, dog or ferret to England, Scotland or Wales.
How to get a county parish holding (CPH) number, add land to your CPH or register your temporary use of land to keep livestock.
Advice and guidance on protecting animal welfare on farms, in transport, at markets and at slaughter.
Information to help you answer your query before you contact us.
How local councils and national park authorities should deal with the removal of abandoned vehicles from land in the open air and roads.
What counts as a statutory nuisance and how councils can deal with complaints by issuing an abatement notice.
Responsibilities for visitors to the countryside and those who manage the land.
How councils and other authorities issue fixed penalty notices (FPNs) for environmental offences, fine limits and how money can be spent.
Check if you need to apply for an environmental permit, formerly known as a flood defence consent, and get the forms you need.
Find out the information you must give to customers on food products and how to give it.
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