Consultation on abolition of the Committee on Agricultural Valuation

Closed 7 Oct 2013

Opened 16 Sep 2013


 The Government has made a commitment to reduce the number of unnecessary public bodies.  The Committee on Agricultural Valuation is a defunct body, which has not met for several years. Its functions are now carried out by the Tenancy Reform Industry Group (TRIG), a non-statutory organization. Therefore the Government is proposing to abolish the Committee.

Why your views matter

The Government is proposing to abolish the Committee on Agricultural Valuation by means of an Order under the Public Bodies Act 2011.  This requires that there should be public consultation before an order to abolish a public body can be laid before Parliament. 




  • Tenant Farmers
  • Agricultural Landlords
  • Agricultural Valuers
  • Land Agents


  • Industry organisations representing tenant farmers and landlords
  • Solicitors specialising in agricultural law