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IFA Hill Committee Chairman Pat Dunne has called for a process to be established to allow for appeal and fair judgement in cases where farmers’ lands were illegally burned.

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In advance of Seanad debate on The Heritage Bill tomorrow, IFA has met with a number of Senators to ensure the Bill is progressed through to the Dáil.

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IFA President Eddie Downey has called on Heritage Minister Heather Humphreys to agree compensation measures that fully recognise the loss of earning and fall in land value incurred by farmers with designated lands. At a meeting this week, the President said that consultation and a proper appeals process must also be introduced to ensure fairness for farmers affected by designations.

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IFA Environment and Rural Affairs Chairman Harold Kingston has urged Heritage Minister Heather Humphreys not to be deflected from the current review of hedge cutting dates and gorse burning dates by her Department, and to ensure a workable solution is delivered for farmers.

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