About Rose Regeneration . Outline . What are the key drivers of rural economies? . Sustainability on the slide…? . Some of the current pressures on farmers. . The contribution of farming to sustainable rural communities. . ID: 615828
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‘Bucolica’– measuring and managing the rural idyllSlide2
About Rose RegenerationSlide3
What are the key drivers of rural economies?
Sustainability on the slide…?
Some of the current pressures on farmers.
The contribution of farming to sustainable rural communities.
Measuring farming outcomes.Slide4
1. What are the key drivers of rural economies?Slide5
National and Local DriversSlide6
Asa Briggs “Victorian Cities”
“Large numbers of English businessmen who made money in the city wanted nothing better than to establish themselves in appropriate style in the country”Slide7
2. Sustainability on the Slide…?
Live Work Challenges
The Rural Premium
Wind farms and fuel poverty
Places becoming virtually more connected and physically more remote
Modernisation and inclusivity
Demographic and financial polarisationSlide9
3. Current Pressures on Farmers
Regulatory pressures – BPS, are you ready? Digital by Default Market Volatility – Defra Farm Business Income Forecast Supply chains – dairy, access to livestock markets Public sector austerity – the sale of publicly owned farmlandSkills and Training Health and Safety – ‘stay farm safe’Public perceptions and understanding of farmingResource protectionSlide10
GDP / GVA Employment Trade deficit Stability during the recession Levels of production (loaves, baskets of fruit) Productivity Future plans Investment
Profitability Location Ownership Brand value
Concentration International trademarks Outsourcing R&D spending New production launches
Jobs Environmental impact Health impact Food security
…farming has been too narrowly interpreted……the international flow of value in the whole supply chain should be considered – from raw materials to the consumer…
Yorkshire FARM PLC – bringing the story of the sector to life…
Value matrix for the sectorFor all stakeholders (Yorkshire, UK, investors, employees, consumers)Taking best data and mapping the sector…ONS – national accounts dataGovernment data (Defra, BIS)Market research (Mintel, Brand Finance)Survey of companies for current perspective
Agriculture, horticulture and food processing will continue to be an important sector for the UK…financially, socially and strategicallySlide11
Scale of the Sector
Total number of up and downstream employees = 333,00012.9% of all jobs – second highest sector by employeesGVA: £5.5bn per annumSlide12
4. Farming Contribution to Sustainable Rural CommunitiesSlide13
5. Measuring Farming Outcomes
Yorkshire Farm PLC
Greater sense of cohesion and cooperation across different sectors
Active Inclusion and Safe
Reduced social isolation
Improved access to regional, national and international networks
Fair for Everyone
Improved links and synergies with global communities
Improved performance of firms
Increase in entrepreneurship and innovationSlide14
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