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Higher Level Stewardship

When these current schemes expire the Estate plans to enter into Higher Level Stewardship, which aims to deliver significant environmental benefits in high priority situations and areas. It involves more complex environmental management.

As part of the Lees Court Estate Project, Lees Court commissioned an independent study to demonstrate that Government grant assistance, through the Countryside Stewardship Scheme, rarely covers the profits foregone or investment by farmers in capital programmes to enhance the countryside. The issue was raised in The House of Lords and its findings accepted.

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