Madeleys Chartered Surveyors have a wealth of practical knowledge having advised and assisted clients with subsidy applications since the inception of IACS in 1993, the introduction of the Single Payment Scheme in 2005 up until the recent review of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and the introduction of the Basic Payment Scheme.
We have always been at the forefront in advising clients on all matters with regard to CAP and have guided clients through the difficulties with the Rural Payments Agency since the introduction of the Single Payment Scheme.
Completion of Basic Payment Scheme applications for submission to the Rural Payments Agency
Advice on the evolving complex cross compliance rules
Completion of Soil Protection Reviews, Manure Management Plans and Nitrate Vulnerable Zone records for cross compliance purposes
RLE 1 forms to transfer or lease entitlements,
RLE 1 forms to register land or amend boundaries
Registration of new businesses with the Rural Payments Agency
Submission of appeals to the Rural Payments Agency on decisions affecting claims and entitlement values.
We have the experience to provide the best possible advice and assistance. This is particularly important now the new regime with many farmers now turning their attentions to the longer term implications of the reform of the regime and how it is going to affect the way they run their business in the future.
We have detailed up to date knowledge of CAP and are able to advise clients accordingly to assist in their decision making and forward business planning.