Adding fresh fields

Hindsight

Member
Location
Lincolnshire
Just a quick one if the land as previously been registered i assume there would be no requirement to enclose any maps...Thankyou

I always include a map even if I know the parcel has previously been registered, just to assist the RPA operative locate the parcel and make sure the operative can see the boundary and any non eligible bits if applicable. Bear in mind we have no idea who and where the mapping operation takes place. And enclosing a map is pretty simple - just use Bing or Google maps - or of course MAGIC to get a plan/map and the co-ordinates for the parcel.

Cheers,
 

cattleman123

Member
Location
devon
I always include a map even if I know the parcel has previously been registered, just to assist the RPA operative locate the parcel and make sure the operative can see the boundary and any non eligible bits if applicable. Bear in mind we have no idea who and where the mapping operation takes place. And enclosing a map is pretty simple - just use Bing or Google maps - or of course MAGIC to get a plan/map and the co-ordinates for the parcel.

Cheers,
Thankyou
 
I rented a couple fields in 2015/16 and claimed from non farming neighbour. Someone else had them for a few years but not claimed on them since i did last.
I have now bought them and fresh entitlements from a agent but can't see how to add them back on. Any ideas. I can still see them on my old claims but i just deleted them when i stopped having them in 2018.
 

cattleman123

Member
Location
devon
I rented a couple fields in 2015/16 and claimed from non farming neighbour. Someone else had them for a few years but not claimed on them since i did last.
I have now bought them and fresh entitlements from a agent but can't see how to add them back on. Any ideas. I can still see them on my old claims but i just deleted them when i stopped having them in 2018.
As above
 

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