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egbert

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Hi, did you get to find out if the Estate draws the full sub package. SPS then BPS and a HLS agreement. And a full low down on the eco tourism and other non ag development that might be spinning of the project.

While you may well be right with the 'education and learning' side of the project I consider it helpful to the general public to know how this is being funded. If no HLS then good for her. She is probably due the BPS - I will stretch retaining the land in Good Agricultural condition. Thoug I can think of one landowner who had to repay SPS when land in similar condition was deemed ineligible by RPA for SPS.

And what about the planned nearby housing development the Estate objects to. And ideas on where those houses should be located?

In meantime I shall shop in the lower end supermarkets such as Lidl and Morrisons. If the likes of Knebb are the future as planned by UK government I assume my family vittals will come from outside the UK in future.

Best wishes, J
I'm thinking I heard she got dispensation to allow it to go to rough , and still get BPS.

I couldn't care what a rich mans wife does to the soddin heavy clay he could barely earn anything out of.
That's up to them.
And if they can scab loadsa dough from Brussels for it...go yer hardest.

What i detest is the idea that they've re-invented the wheel, and the pompous suggestion that we can all be as rich, clever and beautiful as them if we weren't such stick in the mud fools.
 
I'm thinking I heard she got dispensation to allow it to go to rough , and still get BPS.

I couldn't care what a rich mans wife does to the soddin heavy clay he could barely earn anything out of.
That's up to them.
And if they can scab loadsa dough from Brussels for it...go yer hardest.

What i detest is the idea that they've re-invented the wheel, and the pompous suggestion that we can all be as rich, clever and beautiful as them if we weren't such stick in the mud fools.
that's not the impression I got from reading their book, I think the people who really take the flack are the ecologists and conservationists, and listening to them at Groundswell, I think there is more that could be done for wildlife in the Uk, one thing which I remember was the lack of connective bridges over roads for wildlife which is the fault of our politicians.
 

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