CLA Cymru has broadly welcomed the statement. But, as CLA Cymru Director, Rebecca Williams says, "We do look forward to getting down to the next layer of detail.
CLA Cymru News
Our Response to the Welsh Government's Statement: The Future of Agriculture & Land Management
22 March 2018
Our National Parks must be Flagships for Green Growth
15 March 2018
CLA Cymru responds that this represents a missed opportunity to create beacons for delivering against the 'Future Generations principles - including improved...Read more
Innocent farmers and landowners should not be the innocent victims of new waste-crime measures, announced today, says CLA Cymru
08 March 2018
The Welsh Government announcement is here...
Your Beast from the East Photos Could be Winners!
06 March 2018
Thousands of dramatic images of the impact of last week’s weather conditions have been taken by people in Wales and shared...Read more
Live in England - Business Interests in Wales? Let St David’s Day Remind you to Look West, Rebecca Williams writes
02 March 2018
As St David’s Day passes by we celebrate all things Welsh, but we’re aware that many people outside the country have business interests in Wales.
CLA Cymru’s response to the National Police Chiefs’ Council's (NPCC's): Livestock Worrying Police Working Group Final Report
22 February 2018
CLA Cymru’s response to the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) report: Livestock Worrying Police Working Group Final Report. The NPCC’s press release is...Read more
Our Reaction to the EU Exit Scenario Report
20 February 2018
The report is available...Read more
Welsh Landowners should not be Penalised by Land Tax
13 February 2018
The “vacant land tax” proposed by the Welsh Government should not discriminate against private rural landowners who possess land within county Local Development Plans...Read more