Environmental Land Management: policy discussion

Closed 31 Jul 2020

Opened 25 Feb 2020

Overview

Thank you for your interest in the ELM Policy Discussion Document, which sets out our initial thinking for ELM scheme design, providing an update on progress and overview of high-level design options.

The ELM Policy Discussion Document is now closed.

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What Happens Next

All responses will be reviewed and analysed and be used to help further develop the policy for the Environmental Land Management scheme. A summary of responses received along with our follow up actions will be published by the Autumn.</

Audiences

  • Charities/Voluntary Organisations
  • AWBs
  • Environmental campaigners
  • Animal welfare campaigners
  • Trade Unions
  • Food Business Operators
  • Licensed Gangmasters
  • Food Industry
  • Vets
  • Operators of animal gatherings
  • Abattoir Operator
  • Livestock show ground operators
  • Manufacturers of livestock identifiers
  • Government Departments
  • Government Agencies
  • Devolved Administrations
  • Coastal Members of Parliament
  • Coastal local authorities
  • National Park Authorities
  • Recreation sector
  • Coastal Management sector
  • Ports and Harbour Authorities and Estuaries
  • Water/water Industry sector
  • IFCAs
  • Angling Organisations and Trade
  • Water Abstractors
  • Environmental professional services
  • Local Authorities
  • Commercial Fisheries Organisations
  • Policy Teams
  • Veterinarians
  • Local Authorities
  • All Defra staff and ALBs
  • Non-Government Organisation
  • Member of the General Public
  • Landowners and their representative bodies
  • Walkers
  • Horse riders
  • Farmers
  • Fishermen
  • Leisure industry
  • Tourism industry
  • Horticulture Industry
  • Shellfish Cultivators
  • Tenant Farmers
  • Agricultural Landlords
  • Agricultural Valuers
  • Land Agents
  • Environmental Health Officers
  • Stakeholders

Interests

  • Natural environment
  • Local nature partnerships
  • Biodiversity
  • Plants
  • Animals
  • Tree and plant health
  • Climate change
  • Green infrastructure
  • Ecosystems services
  • Deforestation
  • Green economy
  • Sustainable development
  • Flooding
  • Flood emergency
  • Water quality
  • Air quality
  • Water conservation
  • Bathing waters
  • Sewerage
  • Air pollution
  • Ozone
  • Chemicals and pesticides
  • Local environments
  • Pollution Sector
  • Science
  • Conservation
  • Water Abstraction
  • Fluorinated Greenhouse Gases
  • Inland waterways
  • Watercourse maintenance
  • Consultations
  • DEFRA Policy
  • Policy and Delivery
  • Egg industry
  • Poultry industry
  • Dairy industry
  • Wine industry
  • Cattle
  • Pigs
  • Poultry
  • Sheep and goats
  • Animal diseases
  • Animal welfare
  • Growing and crops
  • Bee health
  • Peat
  • Farm management
  • Single Payment Scheme (SPS)
  • Common Agricultural Reform (CAP)
  • Skills, education, training and new entrants
  • Land management
  • Nitrates and watercourses
  • Environmental Stewardship
  • Uplands
  • Soil
  • Forestry
  • Livestock disease control
  • Meat Industry
  • Access to countryside and coast
  • Inland waterways
  • Rural economy and communities
  • Rural grants and funding
  • Rural Development Programme for England
  • Forestry
  • National Parks
  • Nature reserves
  • Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Common land
  • Conservation
  • Towns and village greens
  • Industry organisations representing tenant farmers and landlords
  • Solicitors specialising in agricultural law
  • Rural Properties
  • Recreational sector
  • Horses
  • Wildlife management
  • Protecting wildlife
  • Non-native species