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September 14 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 AM

Virtual Event: Your future farm

Business and legal insights from our nationally leading agricultural specialists

Join us and be prepared for NVZ changes and to make the most of current and future opportunities from tidying up your partnership to positioning for carbon capture.

Session agenda:

  • Introduction and WelcomeEsther Stirling (chair), Head of Agricultural Dispute Resolution, HCR
  • The transition to an All Wales Nitrate Vulnerable Zone (NVZ) – Fraser McAuley, Senior Policy Advisor, CLA Cymru
  • Farming Pollution – A Guide to Waste and Soil – Aled Owen, Partner, Investigation, Regulation and Tax, HCR
  • The Future Landscape – Habitat management and carbon offset – Denise Wilkinson, Head of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, HCR Hewitsons
  • Farm partnership disputes and what to do when they go wrong – Bryn Thomas, Partner, Agriculture and Rural Affairs, HCR
  • Land in Partnerships – The practical issues – Gareth Williams, Head of Agricultural Property, HCR Hewitsons
  • Questions and Answers


We use Zoom to host our webinars. When you click ‘Book Now’ you will be taken to the Zoom registration page. This will enable you to save the URL for the webinar so you can view it on the day. If you haven’t previously registered with Zoom, please do so before the event.

We will mute and disable the video of all attendees, so will ask you to use the ‘Q&A’ function to ask questions.


The details

Date: September 14th 2021
Time: 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

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The venue

Online, Zoom details will be emailed to you after booking.

Key contacts

Bryn Thomas


M: 07715 060 321

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Denise Wilkinson

Partner, Head of Agriculture and Rural Affairs

M: 07799 863 855

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Gareth Williams

Head of Agricultural Property

M: 07748 100 092

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Aled Owen


M: 07837 109 517

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