The Environment Secretary has set up a Tenancy Working Group to act as an independent review dedicated to looking at how tenant farmers and tenancies can be better supported as farming in England is reformed to be more sustainable.
Baroness Kate Rock – chair of the government’s Tenancy Working Group – will be in Norfolk with her team to hear the views of tenant farmers on how new environmental land management schemes can work within agricultural tenancies.
The forum is being hosted by the RNAA at the Norfolk Showground held in partnership with rural advisors Savills at 2.30pm on Thursday, 19 May.
Baroness Rock will be on hand to discuss Defra’s current consultation which is looking at how tenant farmers and tenancies can be better supported as farming in England is reformed to be more sustainable.
Tenant farmers and associated stakeholders will also be able to provide their own feedback on the plans and how they think new land management schemes can work in the context of agricultural tenancies.
Anyone who would like to attend the working group meeting is encouraged to register here.