Agriculture: Brexit and the impacts on farmers and land owners

The UK has finally detached from the EU, and although we avoided a No Deal Brexit, there is a different future ahead for rural and estate landowners and farmers. There is the prospect of better trading deals with the rest of the world than we have had before.

Climate change has been widely accepted as a man-made phenomenon, and our Government is heavily committed to achieving Carbon Zero by 2050.  Environmental incentives are being devised by DEFRA for landowners.

Peter Snodgrass, Head of Agriculture at Shakespeare Martineau, is in conversation with Jason Beedell, Research Director of Strutt & Parker about the economic outlook, including the latest position on:

Trade arrangements (which will include non-tariff barriers, such as inspection certificates)
Agricultural policy and support (including the reduction of Basic Payments and the Environmental Land Management (ELM) system)
Labour (including whether seasonal workers be allowed and welcomed)
Regulation (including whether the UK Government will be able to reduce Red Tape and adopt a light touch)
Event host
Our guest speaker

Jason Beedell
Director, Research - Strutt & Parker


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