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New opportunity for landowners in the Sankey catchment

08 March 2017

There's a new opportunity for landowners in the Sankey Catchment. By working together we can access grants and support through the Countryside Stewardship Facilitation Fund (CSFF)

We're looking for landowners in the area to sign up now. We need a total combined landholding of 2,000 hectares to sign up to make the Sankey Catchment area eligible
for the fund. 


If successful, we'll be able to support grant applications to help landowners improve their land - including developing natural solutions to flooding. Working together and using a 'landscape scale approach' means these grants can cover land under existing agri-environment and forestry/woodland agreements, common land and land not currently covered by a scheme.


We'll be able to directly help landowners to:

  • apply for Countryside Stewardship and other grants
  • access training to help you implement environmental proposals
  • join up with other landowners where appropriate and carry out work co-operatively
  • network with other landowners and relevant organisations

We need local landowners to register their interest as soon as they can - this is a time limited opportunity!



How do I sign up?
  • Go to the website at, add a pin to the map and leave your details
  • email your details to
  • or call the Mersey Forest office on 01925 816217



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