Common Agricultural Policy (Amendment) (Wales) Regulations 2016 (W.S.I. No. 131 (W. 64) of 2016). | Land Portal

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February 2016
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These Regulations amend the Common Agricultural Policy Basic Payment and Support Schemes (Wales) Regulations 2015 and the Common Agricultural Policy (Integrated Administration and Control System and Enforcement and Cross Compliance) (Wales) Regulations 2014 by inserting provisions which provide that there will be a national reserve established by the Welsh Ministers setting out, in priority order, how funds in that reserve will be used. Regulation 2(4) also inserts a provision setting out the application of the “greening” component of direct payments, linking payments to agricultural practices beneficial for the climate and environment.

Amends: Common Agricultural Policy Basic Payment and Support Schemes (Wales) Regulations 2015 (W.S.I. No. 1252 (W. 84) of 2015). (2015-04-22)
Amends: Common Agricultural Policy (Integrated Administration and Control System and Enforcement and Cross Compliance) (Wales) Regulations 2014 (W.S.I. 3223 (W. 328) of 2014). (2014-12-08)

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The United Kingdom has historically played a leading role in developing parliamentary democracy and in advancing literature and science. At its zenith in the 19th century, the British Empire stretched over one-fourth of the earth's surface. The first half of the 20th century saw the UK's strength seriously depleted in two world wars and the Irish Republic's withdrawal from the union. The second half witnessed the dismantling of the Empire and the UK rebuilding itself into a modern and prosperous European nation.

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