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Growth Programme - Caterite Food and Wine service

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We’ve had great feedback from our customers Cumbria-based Caterite Food and Wine service, which supplies fresh produce throughout Cumbria and South West Scotland, was able to significantly grow its prep range and improve quality, as well as offering customers a …

How to allow someone to act on your behalf in the Rural Payments Service

Change permissions on the Rural Payments service

Watch our short video that explains how to add people to your business and update their permissions level on the Rural Payment service.

Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) 2019 – open for applications

You can now apply for BPS 2019. If you applied online last year (2018), we’ll have sent you an email explaining that you can find everything you need to apply for 2019 on GOV.UK. If you used a paper form …

Have you requested your Countryside Stewardship application pack yet?

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Request your application pack now and give yourself plenty of time to submit your application. Whether applying for a Higher Tier or Mid Tier agreement, make sure you request your application pack before the deadlines shown below. Dates for applications …

Rural Payments Agency emails have started to change

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Over the coming weeks and months, emails sent from the Rural Payments Agency (RPA) will come from an email address without the ‘gsi’. For example: will change to Where emails contain ‘bcms’, this is also being removed. For …

Why you should follow the Cross Compliance rules

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Read the results of Cross Compliance inspections

You can read the results from cross compliance inspections in 2017 on GOV.UK. They show the reasons why farmers failed to meet each Statutory Management Requirement (SMR) and Good Agricultural and Environmental Conditions (GAEC). We publish these results each year …