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Rural Payments Wales Online
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.
What can I do at RPW Online?
- Apply for payment. Applying for the Basic Payment Scheme is quick and easy online, thanks to pre-populated information and drop-down menus. Electronic submission means no postal delays or trips to your local office.
- Apply to join Glastir. In Autumn 2014, Glastir Organics applications will be online. In addition, you will be able to express an interest in Glastir Woodland Management and Glastir Advanced.
- Track the progress of your 2014 applications and payments, such as the Single Payment.
- Sign up for email or text notifications, so you can read important correspondence and documentation online as soon as it is available.
- Navigate your farmland with the interactive maps, which display information on field areas and permanent features.
- Get in touch via our online messaging service (you can attach supporting documents).
- Update your customer details.
- Access historic customer records and payment information.
There is further information, including video demonstrations, available via the headings on the left hand side. Or alternatively you can call us up for a chat or visit us at the Royal Welsh Show.
RPW Online login
Access RPW Online (external link)You will need a Service Activation Code (SAC) to access RPW Online for the first time. Please telephone the Customer Contact Centre on 0300 062 5004 (during office hours) to request a SAC if you do not already have one. You will subsequently need your Government Gateway ID and password.