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29th Jan. 2016. Media Releases, News. -. -. George Dunn. The Tenant Farmers Association has called on Herefordshire Council to shelve plans to serve Notices to Quit on five farm families on Monday 01 February. Herefordshire Council's Cabinet decided at its meeting in December to have a. George Dunn | Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) Featured TFA event - 28 April - FREE TFA Webinar: How Tenant Farmers Deal with Issues on Public Access. Home View George Dunn's profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. George has 4 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover George's connections and jobs at similar companies

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Next Events. 27 July - **Rescheduled** FREE Webinar: DEFRA Future Farm Policy Update & What It Means For You. 27 Jul 21; 09 - 11 September 2021: Royal Cornwall Show, Wadebridge *Cancelled This blog is the full (unedited) piece, written by George Dunn, TFA Chief Executive, for The Farmer Magazine, published in May 2021. 2020 turned out not to be the optimistic start to the new decade that was widely hoped

Speech by George Dunn, TFA Chief Executive for Landworkers Alliance Protest: Public Land for Public Good - 17 April 2016. Many thanks to the Landworkers Alliance for inviting me to address this protest today. In Luke 12 v 48 tells us To whom much is given much is expected Brown&Co's series of free webinars to support tenant farmers on the upcoming changes to the agricultural industry. This video features the Q&A session with G.. This is the full (unedited) piece, written by George Dunn, TFA Chief Executive, for The Cumberland News and Westmorland Gazette, published on the 31 May 2019. Eat More Meat to Save the Planet. A significant amount of nonsense is being peddled around concerning the contribution of UK agriculture to carbon emissions and climate change This blog is the full (unedited) piece, written by George Dunn, TFA Chief Executive, for The East Anglia Daily Times, published on 30 January 2021. Three years ago, DEFRA's Health and Harmony consultation introduced us to the idea that a new environmental land management system (ELM) would form the basis of support for agriculture in the post.

TFA representatives will also be attending namely, George Dunn and Stephen Wyrill later on. Conflicts of Interest I AHDB Policy and Procedure The Chair reminded the Board that any new conflicts of interest should be reported at the beginning of each meeting. No conflicts were reported TFA Cymru Networking at Royal Welsh Show. TFA Cymru Chairman, Dennis Matheson, Vice-Chairman Elwyn Evans and TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn were all in attendance at this week's Royal Welsh Agricultural show to represent the interests of TFA Cymru members, and the wider tenanted sector of agriculture in Wales This TFA blog is a transcript of Episode 8, Let's Talk Agriculture, first broadcast on the 23 June 2021. It features Oliver McEntyre, Barclays National Agricultural Strategy Director, talking to George Dunn, TFA Chief Executive, to discuss the challenges faced by tenant farmers, sustainability targets, trade deals and the length of agricultural tenancy agreements TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn will join Robyn and Matthew for an open question and answer session following the main presentations. Open to any tenant farmer whether or not they are a TFA member. This FREE event starts at 10:30am on Tuesday 10 July and is on stand 715 TFA CYMRU, The Tenant Farmers Association in Wales, has welcomed the principles for future farm policy in Wales set out by the Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Planning and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths AM. TFA Chief Executive George Dunn said The Cabinet Secretary has recognised the significant and swift changes that are on the horizon for [

TFA CYMRU, The Tenant Farmers Association in Wales, has welcomed the principles for future farm policy in Wales set out by the Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Planning and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths AM. TFA Chief Executive George Dunn said : The Cabinet Secretary has recognised the significant and swift changes that are on the horizon for [ TFA Chief Executive George Dunn. TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn said; It's no surprise that DEFRA is looking to move away from the current suite of agri-environment schemes. Of late they have become strangled by bureaucracy, stifled by poor administration and devalued within the farming community

TFA view. National Trust tenants are often keen to help deliver wider public benefits, but it is not always appreciated by the landlord that this comes at a cost, says George Dunn, TFA chief.

THE TENANT Farmers Association (TFA) is encouraging the Government to couple fiscal and legislative reform in its forthcoming plans for changes to agricultural tenancies. TFA Chief Executive George Dunn said We are pleased that the Government has signalled its intention to bring forward much needed reform to the legal and policy frameworks surrounding agricultural tenancies, [ TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn. TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn, said We have known for some time that an extremely benign taxation framework surrounding agricultural land has fuelled the rise in land prices. At the same time, there is no incentive to encourage landlords to offer long-term farm tenancies George Dunn Completes 5 Years as Chairman FCN. The Tenant Farmers Association's Chief Executive George Dunn has notched up five years as Chairman of the farm charity, The Farming Community Network (FCN) and will be handing over the role to his successor, Graham Lilley at the end of the year TFA Chief Executive Reflects on the Events of 2017. TFA Chief Executive George Dunn reflects on the events of 2017 in his regular column in the East Anglian Daily Times published at the end of December. He also anticipates what might be in the Government's 25 year plan for the environment and its promised Agriculture Bill

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The TFA's Chief Executive George Dunn will be one of the representatives who will gather in London on Monday for a special workshop focusing on the contribution agriculture and horticulture will make to the formulation of a food and drink sector deal within the overall Strategy. Speaking in advance of the meeting George Dunn said it is good. THE Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) has said that farmers need clarity on the way ahead for future Government policy for agriculture and the farmed environment. TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn, said Ever since the result of the June 2016 EU Referendum, we have listened to successive DEFRA Secretaries of State, talking up the opportunities. TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn said FBTs have been too short for too long and over past years arable farmers have understood the need for longer term security. Dealing with issues such as price volatility, invasion of pests and unfavourable weather within the context of short term security of tenure has created massive strain on farm.

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TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn, said The Lump Sum scheme was never going to provide the complete solution for those looking to retire from agriculture. However, as part of a portfolio, which might include a surrender payment from a landlord for a secure tenancy, sale of livestock and equipment and other pension provision, it could be a. The Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) has welcomed the promotion of George Eustice to become the new DEFRA Secretary of State. TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn, said It's good to see that the Prime Minister has appointed someone who actually wanted the role rather than it being used either as a stepping-stone to something else or a demotion as has previously been the case TFA chief executive, George Dunn said: The problem here is that agricultural tenancies and common land are part of the rich tapestry of the way in which agricultural land in England is occupied and managed. Defra has never properly grasped this in the way in which it develops policy. Despite the ongoing input from organisations such as TFA. TFA chief executive, George Dunn said that the members of the TFA had been calling for a review of AHDB for some time, and welcomed the review committee. AHDB derives the bulk of its income from a statutory levy generated from the farming community, which delivers around £60 million per annum to AHDB which it spends across its six, sector boards George Chuang is the current President and CEO. George began his career in the financial services industry in 1994 and has held the role of President and CEO since 2015. Before joining Transamerica, George served as Vice President for Bank of America Funds Management

TFA Chief Executive George Dunn said Residential development is always a lucrative business and with the Government wanting to allow farm buildings to be turned into houses without full planning consent, without safeguards for tenants, landlords would be keen to wrestle buildings out of tenancies to profit from the new rules TFA Chief Executive George Dunn Following the meeting they issued a statement, which read: All agreed on the need for a negotiated UK framework to be in place for agricultural policy, which is a devolved matter, to ensure the smooth operation of the UK market and the policy environment for farmers across the four parts of the United Kingdom Environment Secretary Michael Gove should stick to his plan to cap direct payments argues George Dunn of the TFA Picture: ANDREW HENDRY - Credit: Andrew Hendry Photographer. As part of the process. The TFA is therefore pressing for a Government amendment or a firm commitment to new legislation before the end of the current Parliamentary year, said Mr Dunn. Minister of State, George Eustice, is meeting with members of TRIG and other stakeholders on 12 November with the expectation that DEFRA is about to announce a consultation exercise.

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The TFA chief executive, George Dunn, has said he supports the plans for a lump sum of money to those retiring. He did warn the government however to make the process as easy as possible for the. TFA chief executive George Dunn said: This is a shocking piece of political chicanery to prevent MPs from a vote on this important piece of legislation. Over a million people signed a petition earlier in the year calling on the government to ensure the strongest standards in trade and it is an issue for which there has been cross-party support But the TFA has now warned that some tenant farmers in England could face 'difficulty' in accessing such post-Brexit schemes. This is especially where they are occupying under long-standing agreements with restrictive clauses, preventing them accessing schemes without their landlords' consent, said George Dunn, TFA chief executive

TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn, said We need this new legislation as it will provide the powers that Government Ministers in England need to implement new policies for farming, as we leave behind those we have known as part of the EU The row over some British retailers sourcing lamb from New Zealand and Australia over the Easter period may be a precursor to a wider debate, says TFA chief executive George Dunn TFA chief executive, George Dunn, said: We are not expecting the scheme to deliver enough in itself to provide a full retirement benefit. However, taken as part of a portfolio, it could be an extremely important catalyst to encourage people to retire THE TENANT F ARMERS ASSOCIATION (TFA) has called for a radical change in the operation of Agricultural Property Relief (APR) in its response to the call for evidence issued by the Office for Tax Simplification for its Inheritance Tax review. TFA Chief Executive George Dunn said For many rural landlords the taxation framework within which they [

The Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) warns there could be major disruption in agricultural markets after the transition period ends, on 31 December 2020. Because of this, it has urged farm tenants to think about protecting themselves in that scenario. TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn said Farm tenants are usually understandably nervous about. TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn, said Ever since the result of the June 2016 EU Referendum, we have listened to successive DEFRA Secretaries of State, talking up the opportunities to be grasped for UK agriculture in the post EU world

Chief executive George Dunn said Increasingly the TFA is seeing new tenancy agreements containing clauses seeking to deprive tenants of their existing and future entitlements to SFPs for little. TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn, said that everyone recognises how vital this piece of legislation will be for the future of agriculture, food security, animal welfare and the farmed environment, and that for the first time in over 40 years the UK will be determining its own policy for these important areas outside of the framework of EU rules

Speech by George Dunn, TFA Chief Executive for Landworkers

TFA Chief Executive George Dunn said: We are constantly reminding politicians and civil servants in both London and Cardiff that they must ensure against the benefit of any new policies. TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn said with Boris Johnson now safely back in Number 10 Downing Street, the Queen's Speech made and Parliament getting down to work, it's likely that we will see new policy and legislation come quickly over the horizon. The tenanted sector of agriculture needs to be in the best place possible to respond and. The Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) is holding seven meetings across England through January and February to provide some post Brexit signposts for tenant farmers and others who do not own the land they farm. TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn, said; As MPs return to their desks following the Christmas break, there is still much to consider. The Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) is lobbying for changes in the taxation framework within which farm tenancies operate to secure longer and more sustainable farm tenancy agreements. TFA chief executive, George Dunn, said: Since the introduction of Farm Business Tenancies [FBTs] in 1995, term lengths have been pitifully short THE Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) has said that farmers need clarity on the way ahead for future Government policy for agriculture and the farmed environment. TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn, said the end of the transitional arrangements with the EU was fast approaching and without a clear plan it was 'nigh on impossible' for farmers to.

TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn, said; By far the most straightforward way of progressing matters would be for Parliament to approve the deal negotiated by the UK Government, as supplemented with the further assurances and agreements made between the UK and the EU, that were ratified last week TFA chief executive, George Dunn, said The TFA stands ready to work with the new Prime Minister and his Government on achieving both a successful exit from the European Union and on building a policy framework for a prosperous post-EU Britain. However, taking a 'do or die' stance on leaving the EU on the 31 October would be reckless in. TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn , said : BREXIT has provided a long agenda of things to do. However there is a danger that we will see Government focus on a small number of priorities in order to manage its workload over the coming months. This could lead to many sensible ideas for the development of farm tenancies falling by the wayside TENANT farmers are currently responsible for managing at least one third of our farmed landscape

(TFA) has issued a draft of a 'post-Brexit agricultural policy' to be put in place following an out-vote at the forthcoming Referendum. The opinion of the Tenant Farmers Association is that without a credible plan for what a post-EU Britain would look like, it cannot advocate a vote to leave the EU, said George Dunn, TFA Chief Executive However, as part of a portfolio of available resources it should help some particularly if it is possible to add to the scheme money a payment for the surrender of a tenancy, the sale of live and dead stock and other pension provision, says Farmer columnist, George Dunn, CEO of Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) We all understand the need to develop alternative means of energy production to ensure our long-term energy security as a nation but we must do so in a way which works positively with the communities who will be affected by the development of new energy schemes said TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn While there are some who would not have been able to make the May 15 deadline for BPS and stewardship claims give the current Covid-19 restrictions, it is disappointing that a more innovative solution was not forthcoming to keep the May 15 deadline for the vast majority, while providing specific measures for those with difficulties, George Dunn, TFA chief executive said THE Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) has said that farmers need clarity on the way ahead for future Government policy for agriculture and the farmed environment. TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn.

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  3. The Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) is once again lobbying for changes in the taxation framework within which agricultural tenancies operate to secure longer and more sustainable farm tenancy agreements. TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn, said Since the introduction of Farm Business Tenancies (FBTs) in 1995, term lengths have been pitifully.

TFA chief executive George Dunn said: The Treasury has, down the years, shied away from its responsibility to consider how it can help to influence the market in agricultural tenancies, by rewarding landlords prepared to let land on a long-term basis A more optimistic George Dunn, chief executive of the Tenant Farmers' Association (TFA) said the scheme could benefit a range of situations where individuals were ready to exit the industry. The lump sum scheme was never going to provide the complete solution for those looking to retire from agriculture, he said Chief executive of the association George Dunn said: The Agriculture Bill was the obvious place to include the recommendations for legislative change from the TRIG, fully discussed and debated. CDTFA public counters are now open for scheduling of in-person, video, or phone appointments. Please contact the local office nearest you. For questions about filing, extensions, tax relief, and more call: 1-800-400-7115. Online videos and Live Webinars are available in lieu of in-person classes.. Businesses impacted by the pandemic, please visit our COVID-19 page (Versión en Español) for.

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Following a meeting between farming organisations and RPA officials, TFA chief executive George Dunn said the TFA has written to Farming Minister George Eustice to request formally that Defra. On Monday, TFA Chief Executive George Dunn said Whether the EU Referendum produces a majority in favour of leaving or remaining in the EU, UK Governments should waste no time in developing thinking on what farm policy should look like for these islands. Obviously if there is a vote to leave the EU we will be in a position of having to. View George Dunn's business profile as Communications and Events Coordinator at Tenant Farmers Association and see work history, affiliations and more. The Tenant Farmers Association is an organisation which represents the interests of tenant farmers in England, it provides advice to its members and lobbies go

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TFA chief executive George Dunn added: The sustainability of the landlord tenant system in agriculture depends on ensuring the long-term profitability of the sector TFA chief executive George Dunn said: 'It is madness to be sacrificing good environmental management as a result of poor administration. Urgent, practical solutions need to be found to allow. Peter Hetherington. Tue 25 Aug 2009 19.01 EDT. 1. 1. A cross the rolling hills and lush dairy pastures of Devon, a whiff of rebellion is in the air. Relations between farmers and a big landlord. In 2018, in what the TFA says is an 'unacceptable' situation, that 90% of farm tenancies let in 2018 had terms of five years or under. Furthermore, 63% of all new lets are offered were for under two years and on the most insecure terms. Chief executive of the TFS, George Dunn, has said: These statistics are simply dreadful

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  2. The Tenant Farmers' Association will be holding an evening meeting on Thursday, January 17, starting at 7:30pm at Quy Mill, Sow-Cum-Quy, Cambridge CB25 9AF. TFA chief executive, George Dunn.
  3. Join us on Wednesday 31 October at the Metropole Hotel where TFA Chief Executive, George Dunn will assess the impact of future policy on the tenanted sector, and Karen Anthony from Agri Advisor solicitors will look at what landlords and tenants need to be considering in terms of managing existing and new tenancy agreements

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  1. A Welsh Government plan to provide BPS loans if farmers do not receive their cash on day one of the payment window should be replicated in England, the Tenant Farmers' Association has said
  2. The TFA will be holding a discussion group for tenant farmers in Kent. Speaking at the discussion group will be TFA Recommended Professional Matthew Knight from Knights Solicitors who will be giving attendees an update on agricultural tenancy legislation and case law. Also at the meeting will be theTFA's Chief Executive George Dunn who will be able to answer all your tenancy related queries
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