Minister wants your views on rural living
THE Deputy Minister for Agriculture has asked the people of rural Wales for their views on delivering the new Rural Development Plan RDP.
It represents an investment of £841 million into rural Wales — the new programme will operate for seven years starting in 2014, and will support the environmental, social and economic wellbeing of rural areas.
Speaking at a Welsh Government conference in Newtown, Alun Davies, launched a conversation on the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to life in rural Wales.
This will be the springboard for decisions about what elements to include in the next RDP. It will also underpin the development of the new programme and the work of the recently formed RDP Advisory Group.
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Deputy Minister, Alun Davies, said: "In developing our anticipated post-2013 programmes, we are facing a challenging economic picture, and it is vital we take this opportunity to do all we can to make best use of this resource."