Defra, UK - CAP Payments Search. Why are details of CAP payments being published on this website? The information is published to meet the requirements of EU Regulation No 1. Commission Regulation No 9. What information is contained on this website?
The details included relate to all CAP scheme payments (for example, the Single Payment Scheme), made to beneficiaries during the period 1. October 2. 01. 3 to 1.
Welsh Single Farm Payments
October 2. 01. 4 and 1. October 2. 01. 4 to 1. October 2. 01. 5. Information is being published for all beneficiaries who receive more than the equivalent of €1,2. Information for any beneficiary receiving €1,2. Further information on what the schemes and measures cover can be found at Answer 1. Why has the threshold for anonymity been set at €1,2.
This is in line with EU legislation. For practical purposes this has been converted to £1,0. Euro exchange rates for SPS payments. The SPS scheme currently accounts for the largest share of CAP payments in these years. I thought there were different rules for the publication of payments made to Legal Entities and Natural Persons? This was a requirement under the previous EU legislation when only details of payments to Legal Entities were published. The revised EU Regulations require payments to all recipients to be published, regardless of status.
How often will the data on the website be updated? Information will be published no later than 3. May each year for payments made to UK beneficiaries in the preceding CAP financial year (1. October to 1. 5 October). The EU legislation requires that information will remain on the website for a period of two years from its initial publication. What fields can I search by? You can search for data using any of the following criteria: Beneficiary name Town/City Post Code Amount received by payment category.
CAP reform 2014-2020: What has been decided. Payment rates. The Welsh Government will not know. Pillar transfer will take effect for the 2014 single farm. A WELSH farming family from Breconshire has won a landmark Court of Appeal case against the Welsh Assembly Government that clarifies rights to the single farm payment. Make your Welsh Single Farm Payments Scheme applications online with our help. MMP partner Tony Evans looks at the Welsh Single Farm. Take the Welsh Basic Payment. Expected 2017 payment(£/ha)* Entitlement. Welsh £OFFERS Welsh. once every two years farmers must now use all their entitlements in a single. FAQs; Download data; Partner Organisations. Defra; RPA; Contact UKCB; CAP Payments Search. 'Direct aids' cover those schemes, including the Single Payment ….
Amount received by measure or scheme. Paying Agency EU financial year Do I need to fill in all of the search criteria to obtain details of payment amounts? No. You can search using any one or more of the search criteria. What should I do if my search does not provide any results?
You should check the accuracy of the search information you have entered and if necessary broaden your search by changing or reducing the search criteria used. Do I need to enter a full name to find details of payments? No. You can search using full or partial name details (eg Jack Jones Limited; Jack Jones or Jones Limited). Use the “Contains” option for the best results.
Do I need to enter a full postcode? No. You can search using either a full postcode (eg PO1.
A three land category payment model will be applied with Moorland and. Welsh Government have given the undertaking that Rural Payments. estate, farm, land or. Common agricultural payment beneficiary website. Payments Search. This page allows you to view amounts received by beneficiaries.
DZ) or partial postcode, such as postcode sector (eg. PO1. 6 7), postcode district (eg PO1. PO). Can I print the results of my search? Yes. You can print your search results using your browser print button. What level of detail will the search results display? Although the search criteria have been set to make finding details of recipients as easy as possible, the fields displayed will only show the following details in line with the regulatory requirements. Beneficiary name.
Town/City. Post Code District. Amount paid. Paying Agency responsible for accounting for the amount. Further information on the schemes or measures paid for each beneficiary can be found by clicking on the “Details” link on the right- hand side of the results page. The website says I have received more money than I was actually paid; why is that?
The details included relate to all CAP scheme payments made to beneficiaries during the financial years 1. October 2. 01. 3 to 1. October 2. 01. 4 or 1. October 2. 01. 4 to 1. October 2. 01. 5.
This means any payment received between these dates, for all the schemes, will be included and the amounts may not take account of any subsequent changes or adjustments made to payments by your Paying Agency. In a small number of cases some rural development payments made to beneficiaries in 2. EU accounts. Why am I unable to find details of the payment I received on the website?
Answers 2 and 1. 3 may apply. You may wish to check the accuracy of the search information you have entered and if necessary broaden your search. If you are still unable to find the details you require, you will need to contact the Paying Agency responsible for accounting for the payments. This website provides contact details for the Paying Agency. What do the headings “direct aids”, “market schemes” and “rural development measures” cover?'Direct aids' cover those schemes, including the Single Payment Scheme, under which farmers and growers are paid subsidies directly. Market schemes' relate to agricultural market support such as production aids, export refunds and costs associated with public and private storage of products. These two headings taken together comprise 'Pillar 1' of the CAP, and are paid from the European Agricultural Guarantee Fund (EAGF).'Rural Development measures' cover agri- environmental schemes and other measures under the UK's four Rural Development Programmes.
This heading, also known as 'Pillar 2' of the CAP, is paid from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD). Further information can be found on the European Commission’s website using the following links: I understand that some CAP payments are jointly paid for by EU and UK funding. How are such payments shown on the website? These are known as co- financed payments and mostly concern Rural Development measures. For these payment types, the website shows the total amounts received by the beneficiary, not just the EU financed element.
How are payments that were made to beneficiaries in Euros shown? Payments that were made to beneficiaries in Euros have, for the purpose of consistency on this website, been converted into the equivalent Sterling value. Why is there no reference to the new Basic Payments Scheme (BPS)? The website currently shows only payments made in EC Financial Years 2. The first BPS payments (for claim year 2. EC Financial Year 2. October 2. 01. 5 to 1.
October 2. 01. 6). Details of these payments will be published on this website by 3.
May 2. 01. 7. I am interested in payments made in other Member States. Where can I access these? The European Commission provides a webpage containing links to the websites of all Member States. This can be found at http: //ec. Who should I contact if I have a question about the payment information contained on this website? You will need to contact the Paying Agency responsible for accounting for that payment. This website provides contact details for the Paying Agency.
Who should I contact if I have a question about this website? To submit a query about this website, please contact the UK Co- ordinating Body at enquiries@ukcb.
Farmers to be hit financially as Welsh Government changes payment scheme. Most farming business in Wales are likely to suffer a financial body blow and be less competitive in Europe, farming unions have warned.
It comes following today's Welsh Government blueprint detailing how direct payments to Welsh farmers will be made for several years ahead. Reacting to a statement by the Minister for Natural Resources and Food, Alun Davies, which sets out how Common Agricultural Payments (CAP) will be made from January 1, 2. Welsh farmers will now be disadvantaged compared to their European counterparts. Ed Bailey, NFU Cymru president, said: “Whilst this announcement sets out the broad framework for direct payments for the next seven years, there is still much detail to sort out and work to be done to ensure that the various elements of the new scheme, are fully in place ahead of it coming into operation in just over 1.
The Minister has committed to a payment rate system that will see more redistribution than would otherwise have been the case with this option.“The issue that remains the biggest threat to the productive capacity of Welsh agriculture is the Minister’s decision last month to slash 1. Pillar 1 payments before even beginning the transition to an area- based payment system.“This decision to modulate at a higher rate than the rest of the UK and our key competitors in the EU will disadvantage Welsh farmers and affect our competitiveness in the UK and EU markets.“The Welsh Government now urgently needs to consider how the new Rural Development Plan (RDP) is deployed to help Welsh farmers and to ensure that those farmers whose incomes have been hardest hit by this announcement have opportunities to access support and assistance.”Shadow Minister for Rural Affairs Antoinette Sandbach AM, said: “Any constructive change is severely outweighed by the 1. Pillar one to two.
It is a misguided move that hit farmers hard at a time when the industry in Wales is already struggling under Labour management."William Powell, Welsh Liberal Democrat Shadow Minister for Natural Resources and Food, said: “It is essential that the Welsh Labour Government delivers a fair deal for farmers and does not place them at a competitive disadvantage.”Speaking in the National Assembly, in Cardiff Bay, the Minister said his vision for farming in Wales aimed to place Wales’ farming industry on the “strongest footing for the future”. Mr Davies said: “These decisions on CAP policy are of huge importance for Wales and will have a significant impact on how we develop the agriculture industry and manage Wales’ natural resources up to 2. European Union funding through the CAP accounts for 8.
Wales and supports 1. CAP budget ceilings for 2. Pillar 1: approx €2. Pillar 2: approx €3.