Rural Payments Agency (RPA)
Everything rural businesses need to know about the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) in 2019
What land use codes to use in 2019 when declaring land in a rural payments application (like the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) and Countryside Stewardship (CS))
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.
Make your claim for payment using the Rural Payments service.
How to get a county parish holding (CPH) number, add land to your CPH or register your temporary use of land to keep livestock.
Everything rural businesses need to know about the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) in 2018
How to apply for grants and submit an application under the Countryside Productivity Scheme
Farmers and land managers must follow these cross compliance rules from 1 January 2019 if they claim for the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS), a stewardship scheme or the English Woodland Grant Scheme (EWGS) in 2019.
Funding and eligibility information for Higher Tier applicants for 2019.
Read how to check changes that have been made to your digital maps and what to do if you want to make changes.
Find out about eligibility and requirements for the permanent grassland with very low inputs (outside sdas) option.
Find out about eligibility and requirements for the management of hedgerows option.
What land use codes to use in 2018 when declaring land in a rural payments application (like the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) and Countryside Stewardship)
Applicant information on scheme requirements and management for 2019 applications.
Find out about eligibility and requirements for the winter bird food option.
Capital grant for farmers and land managers to create woodland: find out about payment rates and the rules for the scheme.
LEADER funding is available to local businesses, communities, farmers, foresters and land managers.
Guidance on how to meet the requirements for an Environmental Stewardship agreement.
If you import, pack, distribute or sell fruit or veg, you must follow quality and labelling rules and you may be inspected without notice.
Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.
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