This year's CLA Rural Business Conference ‘Competing visions: the future of land’ will help those who own or manage rural land to make sense of the vital role of land in an increasingly political and polarising landscape.
Taking place on Thursday 30 November at the QEII Centre in central London, our flagship event will allow landowners and land managers to explore the complex relationship between themselves, consumers, corporations, governments, environmentalists and political campaigners. This year we are pleased to announce a robust lineup of speakers from Defra, the National Trust, Farmers Weekly, and more. Join us as they share their visions and insights on the future of land.
- Steve Reed MP - Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs
- Victoria Vyvyan, CLA President
- Heather Hancock LVO DL – Chair, The Royal Countryside Fund
- Rt. Hon. Steve Barclay MP - Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
- Hilary McGrady – Director General, National Trust
- James MacColl - Head of Policy, Advocacy and Campaigns, The Ramblers
- Neil Heseltine – Chair of National Parks England
- Lucinda Langton – Head of Sustainability, Marks and Spencer
- Jake Fiennes – General Manager of Conservation, Holkham Estate
- Becky Bone – Director, AT Bone and Sons
- Emma Loder-Symonds - Co-owner, Nonington Farms
To view the programme for the day please click here. Don’t miss this important opportunity to learn from those who can help you succeed. Book today and take advantage of special prices for CLA members.The 2023 CLA Rural Business Conference is supported by Knight Frank, Environment Bank and Tilhill.
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