LEVY PAYERS encouraged TO HAVE THEIR SAY
John Bridge, the chair designate of the new agricultural and horticultural levy board is encouraging all levy payers to make sure they regi
Further to the NFU's call for it members to take part in questionnaires in regard to their levy payments, John Bridge, the chair designate of the new agricultural and horticultural levy board is also encouraging all levy payers to make sure they register their views.
An online questionnaire has just been launched to enable all levy payers to give their views. Bridge said: "It is important that the new organisation provides services that meet the needs of farmers, growers and other levy payers. In order to achieve this we will need the input of levy payers and that is why we have set up an open channel and I encourage all levy payers to contribute their views."
The online survey is part of a wider "Fresh Start" exercise that aims to identify the needs of levy payers and consider how these needs can be best met in the new organisation.
There are two questionnaires to enable both producers and processors to input into the Levy Board Fresh Start exercise, they can be found at:
The survey will be available until the end of November, takes about 15 minutes to complete and is totally confidential.
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