Wales Farm Business Grants....

phoned up Cardiff last week and said they have not processed any yet may be busy with sfp forms
System been on and off weeks at time down recently too????
If you read home page states compatibility issues some systems etc .etc.
New gateway up grades last year to solve all of this?
Something funny going on there?
 
Maxed at a grant of £12,000 or £30k spend.
I didn't word that very well :oops:
Is this window in 2020 a new batch of grants that everyone can apply for again or is it a continuation of this batch? This one is in round 5 or 6 now I think will this one in 2020 be round 1 of a new batch of grants or round 6/7 of this batch? Seems a long way away to be round 6 or 7 or whatever of this batch of grants. I hope that makes more sense...
Asking as someone who reached his limit on round 2 and wished he had been able to get more stuff :whistle:
 

Al R

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
West Wales
What FC said to me was that as long as I hadn’t gone over the £12k of grant I could use up until that amount was reached.
Thankfully what I want is under £3k gross and I don’t want to have to spend £7.5k to get it if it’s a new grant, if that’s the case i’d Be better off paying without a grant now.
 
Location
Gwynedd
Is there going to be a sixth round? As I understood it there were only supposed to be four but because of poor uptake they had extra cash left over so had another round (5)?
 

wr.

Member
Location
Breconshire
Just give the girls a ring at FC in Aberystwyth or wherever and they'll give you all the up to date answers instead of every man and his dawg having a stab at it. (y)
 

RhysT

Member
Hi. just getting ready to submit my FBG claim, does anyone know the approx. timescale for payment from Welsh assembly government. I know that they can take as long as they want but it would be nice to know an approx. timescale.
 

jg123

Member
Hi. just getting ready to submit my FBG claim, does anyone know the approx. timescale for payment from Welsh assembly government. I know that they can take as long as they want but it would be nice to know an approx. timescale.
Month
 

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