Commentary

49 Cross-border claims

AGRICULTURE vol 2(2)
| Commentary

49 Cross-border claims

| Commentary

49 Cross-border claims

A farmer with land in two or more parts of the UK (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales) must submit a Basic Payment Scheme application to each part of the UK in which he has land, even if he is not claiming a payment under the scheme in one of those parts. The farmer will usually be paid by the paying agency in the part of the UK where most of the land on his holding is located.

Active farmer evidence must be submitted to the paying agency that makes their payment. That paying agency will check whether

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