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    Form of summary information to be provided whenever an aid sche...

    raise awareness of the principles of organic farming and the public benefits that accrue to society as a result of organic management; • encourage and facilitate viable and good quality conversions; • reduce the numbers of farmers who convert where it is inappropriate for them to do so; • increase in the area of land being farmed organically in England; and • raise awareness of the funds that
    10 Jan 2008
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    State aid XA 131/2007 - Ireland

    Organic Farming) Regulations 2004 Annual expenditure planned under the scheme or overall amount of individual aid granted to the company: €3.5m over 7 year period 2007-2013 Maximum aid intensity: 40% of approved eligible investment with additional amount of 10% for eligible young farmers. Date of implementation: 1 July 2007 Duration of scheme or individual aid award: 31 December 2013 Objective of
    26 Jun 2007
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    State aid XA 7032/2007 - Ireland

    enterprises. Economic Sector(s) concerned: Agriculture sector Name and address of the granting authority: Organic Unit, Department of Agriculture and Food, Johnstown Castle Estate, Co. Wexford. Web-address: www.agriculture.gov.ie/organics The Scheme documentation and conditions will be located in the Organic Food and Farming page of the Department of Agriculture and Food website www.agriculture.gov.ie.
    26 Jun 2007
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    and adaptation, biodiversity and protection of water as laid down in Annex I to Regulation (EU) No 1307/2013 or linked to the economic and environmental performance of the agricultural holding including competitiveness aspects. This may include advice for the development of short supply chains, organic farming and health aspects of animal husbandry. 5. The aid shall not involve direct payments to the
    12 Feb 2014
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    EUR due to degressivity, the Member State can continue payments at this level until the phasing out period is completed. (252) Following completion of the delimitation, beneficiaries in the areas that remain eligible shall receive full payment under this measure. 1.1.8. Aid for organic farming (253) The Commission shall declare aid for organic farming compatible with the internal market under Article
    21 Feb 2014
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    this level until the phasing out period is completed. Following completion of the delimitation, beneficiaries in the areas that remain eligible shall receive full payment under this measure. 1.1.8. Aid for organic farming The Commission shall declare aid for organic farming compatible with the internal market under Article 107(3)(c) of the Treaty if it fulfils the common assessment principles of these
    14 Feb 2014
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    v.3 1.1.8. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION SHEET ON AID FOR ORGANIC FARMING This form must be used for the notification of any state aid measures in favour of organic farming as described in Part II, chapter 1, section 1.1.8. of the European Union Guidelines for State aid in the agriculture and forestry sector and in rural areas 2014 to 2020. GENERAL CONDITIONS AND SCOPE 1.1 Are the common assessment principles
    09 Sep 2014
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    biodiversity and protection of water as laid down in Annex I to Regulation (EU) No [HR] / 2013 or issues linked to the economic and environmental performa nce of the agricultural holding including competitiveness aspects. This may include advice for the development of short supply chains, organic farming and health aspects of animal husbandry. . The aid shall not involve direct payments to the undertakings
    19 Sep 2013
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    to an increase in production capacity; investments aiming at the improvement of the sustainability of the agricultural holding, as referred to in point (143)(a) of the Guidelines, which are linked to agri-environmental-climate commitments and organic farming under Sections 1.1.5.1. and 1.1.8 of Part II of the Guidelines. Please note that the maximum combined aid cannot exceed 90% of the investment for
    09 Sep 2014
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    climate change mitigation and adaptation, biodiversity and protection of water as laid down in Annex I to Regulation (EU) No 1307/2013 or linked to the economic and environmental performance of the agricultural holding including competitiveness aspects. This may include advice for the development of short supply chains, organic farming and health aspects of animal husbandry. 5. The aid shall not involve
    21 Feb 2014