Nearly two and a half years since its introduction, the Agriculture Bill has now passed into law on 11 November 2020.
Unlike previous Agriculture Acts, its focus was not on farm output and production, reform of land tenure or occupation. Instead it enshrines environmental policy as the driving force behind agriculture and food production. It also marks the severing of links to a shared European approach to agricultural policy.
Ian Ashbridge, Agribusiness Partner, looks at what the act means now, and in the future, for you and your business. Download our Bidwells Briefing paper to find out more.
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