Have your say on proposed new land matching service

Have your say on proposed new land matching service

You could earn a £30 Amazon voucher by taking part in our land matching research.

TIAH are part of a working group investigating the viability of a new land matching service for England which will bring new entrants, landworkers, landholders and landowners together to open up more space for farming and growing.

The Institute for Agriculture and Horticulture, Shared Assets, The Landworkers’ Alliance, The Community Supported Agriculture Network UK and Tamar Grow Local community interest company are developing a regionally-led land matching service backed by a centralised support team and a comprehensive digital platform.

The service will forge new land partnerships to support the growth in farm production to pave the way for a more productive, fair and diverse food and farming landscape.

We're looking for land owners and prospective land seekers to help us on this journey.

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