Cross Compliance Proposals for 2015 »The new arrangements will ensure that farmers continue to generate high quality food whilst protecting Wales’ valued resources and spectacular natural landscape.Learn more »
Minister concerned by benefit sanctions increase
Minister for Communities and Tackling Poverty Lesley Griffiths has expressed concern about the steep increase in welfare sanctions imposed on many potentially vulnerable people in Wales.
- Record numbers of children in Wales receiving MMR vaccine
- Report shows more people are reporting slavery in Wales.
- Minister concerned by benefit sanctions increase
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You can use Rural Payments Wales (RPW) Online to apply for and manage your payments for the Welsh Government’s Basic Payment and Glastir schemes.
For more information about the benefits of RPW Online read 'Why use RPW Online' on the left hand menu.
- The National Reserve Form (including Proof of Production) will be available from 14 November. The 'How to complete online applications' on the left hand menu includes step by step instructions on completing your form online. There are guidance notes on the National Reserve, including information about eligibility, under the Scheme guidance section on the left hand menu.
- Due to essential maintenance of the Government Gateway there will be some disruption to the RPW Online System between the hours of 10am - 5pm Sunday 30th Nov 2014.
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