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Calculate your progressive reductions 2021 to 2024 – new online calculator

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Wheat field

We’ve created an online calculator to help you see how progressive reductions could affect your Direct Payment in England, for scheme years 2021 to 2024. Defra and the RPA have produced a progressive reductions calculator that shows how your Direct …

Three easy steps in 5 minutes – Catchment Sensitive Farming partnership support for your Countryside Stewardship application

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James Pick in an arable field on his farm

The Rural Payments Agency took on administration of Countryside Stewardship in October 2018 and we have continued to work closely with the Catchment Sensitive Farming partnership. In today's guest blog we hear from Jonathan Payne, Linda Bratley and James Pick. …

How to update your details in the Rural Payments Service

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Change permissions on the Rural Payments service

It’s important to keep your contact details updated in the Rural Payments Service as we will use these to contact you about important issues. When you sign into the Rural Payments Service, go to ‘Your businesses’ and click ‘View and …

Growth Programme - Caterite Food and Wine service

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Processing facility

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 …

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 …