Defra’s Structural Reform Plan launched

Defra has published its draft Structural Reform Plan.

Structural Reform Plans are being used by the Coalition Government to make departments accountable for the implementation of the reforms set out in the Coalition Agreement.

Defra’s Structural Reform Plan sets out three departmental priorities:

  • to support and develop British farming and encourage sustainable food production;
  • help to enhance the environment and biodiversity to improve quality of life; and
  • support a strong and sustainable green economy, which is resilient to climate change.

You are invited to comment on the draft plan.  If you wish to do so please visit this site, and click on one of the numbered Departmental priorities in the list on the left hand side of the page.  You will be able to make comments at the bottom of the screen that appears.

Full details of the Coalition Programme over the next five years, including priorities for Defra, can be found at

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One Comment

  1. UK Franchises
    Posted 22 August, 2010 at 8:47 pm | Permalink

    @ Defra’s Structural Reform Plan sets out three departmental priorities:

    No offence but were these not already high priority? I remember when my parents worked in this field, they spent most of their time working on reports and not enough time actually doing anything. external contractors to write these reports got paid thousands of pounds, i actually watched one guy write one in an hour. For this I believe he got paid around the £5,000 mark.

    Do please try to stop with all the writing and reforms as it is a complete waste of my money.

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