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The Developing Income events programme has been designed to help businesses which are targeting income growth as a response to CAP reform.

There will be a wealth of information covering three key routes to business sustainability – expansion of conventional farming, grasping new business opportunities and developing environmental income.

The events will feature presentations, guides, workbooks, case studies and displays.

And free advice will be on-hand. Each event will feature a panel of industry professionals who have been hand-picked to provide one-to-one advice that is relevant to farming and business in your area.

You will have access to professionals, from land agents to benchmarking experts, accountants to solicitors, the Caravan Club to wind-farming specialists.

You will be able to speak to people who know how to take advantage of the many opportunities thrown up by policy reform and market change.
A range of farming guides will be available for you to take away:

  • Managing Change

This guide gives you information on developing your core farm business.

  • Farm & Rural Grants 2005

Covering the range of environmental and practical schemes available to boost land management income.

  • Tax planning

How to get the best tax efficiencies out of your current farming set-up as well as new projects.

  • Rural property development

Information on developing your farm buildings’ potential.

  • Diversification

How to find the most suitable sources of other income.

Everyone is invited.

Drop in at any time during the hours shown and tap into knowledge and experience assembled for you.

Further events in the south, east and north will be held in spring 2006.

Please tick the box to receive information on these events.

Drop in for free advice

The Developing Income events programme has been designed to help businesses which are targeting income growth as a response to CAP reform.

There will be a wealth of information covering three key routes to business sustainability – expansion of conventional farming, grasping new business opportunities and developing environmental income.

The events will feature presentations, guides, workbooks, case studies and displays.

And free advice will be on-hand. Each event will feature a panel of industry professionals who have been hand-picked to provide one-to-one advice that is relevant to farming and business in your area.

You will have access to professionals, from land agents to benchmarking experts, accountants to solicitors, the Caravan Club to wind-farming specialists.

You will be able to speak to people who know how to take advantage of the many opportunities thrown up by policy reform and market change.

A range of farming guides will be available for you to take away:

  • Managing Change

This guide gives you information on developing your core farm business.

  • Farm & Rural Grants 2005

Covering the range of environmental and practical schemes available to boost land management income.

  • Tax planning

How to get the best tax efficiencies out of your current farming set-up as well as new projects.

  • Rural property development

Information on developing your farm buildings’ potential.

  • Diversification

How to find the most suitable sources of other income.

Everyone is invited.

Drop in at any time during the hours shown and tap into knowledge and experience assembled for you.

Further events in the south, east and north will be held in spring 2006.

Please tick the box to receive information on these events.

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