Wednesday 13 November 2019
The ALA Cheshire and North Wales regions will be holding their next event on Wednesday, 13 November 2019 at Vale of Clwyd Livestock Market, Parc Glasdir, Ruthin, Denbighshire, LL15 1PB.
Dr Nerys Llewelyn Jones FALA, Managing Partner, Agri Advisor
Dr Nerys Llewelyn Jones will set out the political and legal context of where we have got to in terms of Brexit, events and timetable going forward including a brief overview of the draft legislation being put forward on Brexit.
She will also set out a brief outline of the recent consultation Sustainable Farming by Welsh Government, schemes currently available to farmers and the change to NVZ rules in Wales from 1st January 2020.
Roy Jackson MAAT FCCA, Partner & Pip Elms FCA, Senior Accounts Manager, Whittingham Riddell
Given the ever-changing landscape of the farming industry, Roy Jackson and Pip Elms from Whittingham Riddell Chartered Accountants & Business Advisors will talk through key issues and offer examples of practical advice and solutions to help plan and protect farming businesses for the future, including:
How businesses can review and improve management information efficiently to enable informed decisions in real time
Providing an insight to options available for farming businesses to overcome current and future challenges
Understanding any potential tax implications and tax planning options available for such changes
Peter Lewis MRICS, J.Bradburne Price & Co
Agricultural Land Prices and Brexit
Many factors influence agricultural land prices the importance and implications of which vary with time and the emergence of new factors. Brexit and the repercussions arising therefrom could influence these existing factors. Peter will give his opinion as to these influences on land values and try and provide some foresight to future trends
The event is open to Members and Non-Members.
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Time : 8am to 11am
Cost : £20 per person (incl. VAT); Students free of charge