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Deadline extended for Tier 2 applications to Capital Scheme

09 February 2017 09:52:33 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs is giving farmers and growers more time to submit Tier 2 applications for the Farm Business Improvement Scheme – Capital. Recognising that Tier 2 applications will be for larger-scale transformational projects that require some time and commitment to complete, the closing date for Tier 2 applications has

Vice null Time09 February 2017 09:52:33


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Business plan training for Farm Business Improvement Scheme

16 January 2017 13:04:30 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Agriculture Minister Michelle McIlveen has announced a new training programme for farmers and growers applying for Tier 2 of the new Farm Business Improvement Scheme – Capital in Tranche 1. Tier 2 is primarily for construction projects and the purchase of higher value equipment to support sustainable growth in the agriculture and horticulture sectors. The

Vice null Time16 January 2017 13:04:30


Application window opens for Tier 2 of the Farm Business Improvement Scheme – Capital

06 January 2017 13:33:39 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Agriculture Minister Michelle McIlveen has reminded farmers that they can now submit their application for Tier 2 of the Farm Business Improvement Scheme – Capital. The Minister told Newry Times, “I am pleased to announce that my Department is now accepting applications for Tier 2 of the Farm Business Improvement Scheme. It will provide grant

Vice null Time06 January 2017 13:33:39


£100,000 allocated for Social Farming Capital Grant Scheme

05 October 2016 14:11:33 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Agriculture Minister Michelle McIlveen has announced the opening of a Social Farming Capital Grant Scheme, with £100,000 available for farmers who wish to improve their farms to facilitate social farming participants. Announcing the opening of the new Scheme, DAERA Minister Michelle McIlveen said, “Social Farming and the involvement in day-to-day agricultural activities is well known

Vice null Time05 October 2016 14:11:33


‘Learning 2 Let’ Programme launched

03 August 2016 14:54:13 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Communities Minister Paul Givan MLA has launched a new training programme that aims to help improve and professionalise the private rented sector. ‘Learning 2 Let’ is a training programme developed by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) which offers all registered private landlords and letting agents in Northern Ireland the opportunity to get the accredited

Vice null Time03 August 2016 14:54:13


Grant aid needed for land damaged by floods: Irwin

05 March 2016 09:27:33 Farming Life - News Feed

Newry & DUP Assemblyman William Irwin MLA has called for grant aid to be opened through the Farm Business Improvement Scheme for farmers whose land has been damaged due to the recent flooding.

Vice All News Time05 March 2016 09:27:33


PM told ‘don’t take farming for granted’

02 March 2016 11:18:19 Farming Life - News Feed

Prime Minister David Cameron has been urged not to take Northern Ireland’s farming industry for granted.

Vice All News Time02 March 2016 11:18:19


Farmers urged to apply to new grant aid scheme

24 November 2015 15:12:36 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Sinn Féin South Down MLA Caitríona Ruane has urged farmers to apply for an important new scheme which offers substantial grant aid for their businesses. Speaking to Newry Times, Ruane said, “My colleague, Agriculture Minister Michelle O’Neill, has launched the first phase of the £250 million Farm Business Improvement Scheme which will provide farmers with

Vice null Time24 November 2015 15:12:36


£250m Farm Improvement Scheme application deadline approaching

23 November 2015 16:24:45 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Sinn Féin MLA Megan Fearon is reminding farmers to make their applications for the Farm Business Improvement Scheme before next month’s deadline. The South Armagh representative added that this phase of the scheme will also help them with preparing for the second phase, due to begin in March next year. “The £250m scheme will provide

Vice null Time23 November 2015 16:24:45


O’Neill launches Farm Business Improvement Scheme

05 November 2015 00:53:31 Farming Life - News Feed

Agriculture Minister Michelle O’Neill has announced that the first phase of the Farm Business Improvement Scheme (FBIS) will open on Monday 9 November 2015.

Vice All News Time05 November 2015 00:53:31