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Animal welfare: recent EU conference — mid-term review of the strategy for the welfare of animals 2012–15 download
The conference on the achievements of the EU strategy for the welfare of animals 2012–15: mid-term review took place on 12 February 2014.
The government’s announcement in December 2013 that subsidies for solar energy are to decrease may have an impact on investment trends in the renewables market.
Defra has published its consultation document on the reform of the water abstraction management system under the seasonal title of ‘Making the Most of Every Drop’.
Environmental Stewardship is in a transitional stage pending the start of the next Rural Development Programme in 2015 and following the end of the previous programme on 31 December 2013.
Common Agricultural Policy reform download
The new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will come into force in 2015. The EU agreed the regulations for the new CAP reform in December 2013.
Issues arising from the recent wet weather have caused growers and others in the supply chain to take a careful look at their trading terms, and in particular the ‘force majeure’ clause.
Last year was the ‘annus horribilis’ for food, with the horsemeat contamination wiping millions off turnover and stock prices.
Solicitor Rebecca Langridge from Mills & Reeve is championing a career in agriculture in the hope of attracting more young people into the industry.
Mills & Reeve publishes third edition of Farm Tenancies book.
The abolition of the Agricultural Wages Board took effect on 25 June 2013, subject to transitional provisions running until 1 October 2013.
Farm tenancies and breach of tenancy download
In the 2005 case of Joseph Taylor v Lancashire County Council, the tenant pointed to the different procedures for dealing with various kinds of breach of tenancy.
A case in May 2013 considered whether an arbitrator had provided adequate reasons for his award in the context of a challenge under section 68 of the Arbitration Act 1996, relating to a claim pursuant to the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986.
Mills & Reeve has announced that its merger with Manchester firm George Davies has completed.