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L'înformâtion et les sèrvices publyis pouor I'Île dé Jèrri

Countryside enhancement funding

About the Countryside Enhancement Scheme

The Countryside Enhancement Scheme (CES) is an environmental improvement scheme which offers financial incentives to support and reward initiatives designed to look after Jersey's countryside.

What the scheme aims to achieve

The scheme has options designed to assist applicants in the delivery of environmental projects that:

  • help maintain and improve the Island's unique and internationally significant rural character, landscape, habitats, flora and fauna
  • enhances, conserves and protects Jersey's natural environment on a local scale
  • implements Island-wide strategic environmental projects that will enhance biodiversity
  • assists with the delivery of the Island's commitments to International Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) and local environmental objectives

Applying for funding

The scheme is open to anyone responsible for the management of land including:

  • farmers
  • growers
  • land managers
  • landowners
  • businesses
  • charities
  • societies
  • schools
  • States departments

Guidance notes provide full details about the CES, the application procedure and the rules that apply to participants.

Download Countryside Enhancement Scheme guidance notes (size 186kb)

The CES has three options to enable you to undertake work that will improve and enhance the natural environment which will all be open to application for 2016.

Your application must be submitted by 15 January 2016 to be considered by the CES Panel for funding.

Download environmental projects application form (size 170kb)
Download environmental projects tenant landlord agreement form (size 170kb)
Download grant claim form (size 170kb) 

For further information contact the Rural Economy Officer.​

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