Click here to register for the Rural Grants & Schemes 2022 webinar hosted by H&H Land & Estates.
With so many new grants and schemes available for rural businesses, it can be difficult to get a handle on what you might be eligible for. There is often an overwhelming amount of detail and boxes to tick which is why we are hosting a Rural Grants & Schemes webinar next month to inform farmers and landowners of the different opportunities available to them in 2022.
The hour-long webinar will take place on Tuesday 8th February at 7pm and will be chaired by H&H Land & Estates Associate Director, Tim Sedgewick who explains further: “Rural grants and schemes can be daunting for farmers and landowners. There are so many changes facing the industry and often there is a lot of information to digest.
“The webinar will focus on a number of current industry topics from the new ELM schemes to Countryside Stewardship and Investment Funding and will include keynote speakers who will be well equipped to answer any questions.”
Featuring speakers from the H&H Land & Estates team, the webinar will take the following format:
- David Morley - the new ELM schemes (Sustainable Farming Incentive, Local Nature Recovery scheme and Landscape Recovery)
- Emma Smith - Countryside Stewardship (Higher Tier and Mid Tier)
- Nick Mullins - Countryside Stewardship Capital Grants
- Jonathan Hird - Farming Investment Fund (Farming Equipment and Technology Fund & Improving Farm Productivity grant)
Tim adds: “We strive to ensure our clients are always up to date and at ease with any changes happening across the rural property sector. We ran our first webinar last year, which was a huge success, and the feedback we received highlighted the need for more accessible help in this area.
We had in the region of 400 people register and a recording of the webinar being sent to those that were unable to attend on the night. Our aim is to give our clients first-hand information on what is available in 2022 and we want to reiterate that our company is somewhere people can always go to for the latest comprehensive guidance and support.”
To register, please click here to head to the event page and fill out the sign up form.
The webinar is being held over Zoom and upon registering for the event, a link to the Zoom webinar will be sent to your email for you to access on the evening of the event. A recording of the webinar will be sent to all email addresses registered, even if you are unable to attend the online event.