Transfer of entitlements

Discussion in 'Tenant Farming, Subsidies, BPS & Legal Issues' started by Kcjones, May 6, 2018.

  1. Kcjones

    Kcjones Member

    Can I transfer my entitlements into my wife's name and can she collect payment for us on our land .
     
  2. ridger

    ridger Member

    Over here in ni it had to be done before 2nd may,
     
  3. Still Farming

    Still Farming Member

    Location:
    Glamorgan Wales
    30/4 here think
    Where ru may help ?
     
  4. Kcjones

    Kcjones Member

    Southern Ireland,18th May closing date here I think. Can it b done ?
     
  5. ridger

    ridger Member

    The entitlement transfer date is different to the north, you seem to be ok to 15th Screenshot_2018-05-06-12-52-40.png
     
  6. Texel Tup

    Texel Tup Member

    Location:
    North Norfolk
    Can someone tell me when the window opens for trading 2019 Entitlements?
    Also - is there a market place where contracts can be drawn up without incurring agent's fees?
     
  7. chaffcutter

    chaffcutter Moderator

    Location:
    S. Staffs
    You can do it yourself with a simple contract that covers the basics and gets signed by both parties, don’t need an agent for that. You can advertise them easily enough, we have replied to folks on here who have asked if any available and done it all with no agent involvement at all.
     
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  8. Gormers

    Gormers Member

    Location:
    east yorkshire
    What are they worth a the moment??
     
  9. Texel Tup

    Texel Tup Member

    Location:
    North Norfolk
    I'm not sure. 4 years ago I had an MOD tenancy come to an end, the incoming tenant bought the Entitlements from me at £205 - from memory.
    Early in the season? £150-160 PU? I'd guess at something like that.
     
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  10. Speedstar

    Speedstar Member

    Location:
    Scottish Borders
    You will not be far out some were from £150 to £180 will be about right.
     
  11. Old Tip

    Old Tip Member

    Location:
    Cumbria
    Remember you will only get a maximum 90% and could be zero if things go as bad as some people think. Nobody has said what their value will be either as they won’t be linked to the euro anymore
     
  12. Still Farming

    Still Farming Member

    Location:
    Glamorgan Wales
    Think in Wales all same price and Value now.
     
  13. Texel Tup

    Texel Tup Member

    Location:
    North Norfolk
    Historically, whatever terms, deals or allowances have been allowed to fall by the wayside, there has always been an alternative on offer.
    The SFP will not suddenly be terminated, without there being an alternative. The current CAP has been wantonly abused by government, and presumably with the support of the EU.
    The CAP has morphed from supporting food production to giving a leg-up to those who want to carry out barn conversions, which was never the intention. The CAP currently, supports those who've bought land which has been valued upon the assessed value of the incoming Government (EU) grants and subsidies. Tenancies - and there are many, are valued at the rate of the incoming financial aid. That was never the intended, and shouldn't have been the actual use of financial support for our production of food.
    Change is long overdue.
     
  14. If our snake in the grass minister gets his proposals through. Then only see price going one way, UP!

    Yes I do have a block to sell. From what I understand, airfields, golf courses etc. are back in the market.

    No one knows when reference year will be, everyone keen to be holding full quota for when it is announced.

    Anyone nearing retirement or looking to get out, needs to be holding maximum entitlements to gain full benefit from the 7 years (reducing) payment.
     

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