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Scotland Rural Development Programme 2007-2013: ex-post evaluation

Published: 27 Jan 2017
Part of:
Farming and rural
ISBN:
9781786527714

An independent ex-post evaluation of the Scotland Rural Development Programme 2007-2013.

Contents
Scotland Rural Development Programme 2007-2013: ex-post evaluation
Footnotes

Footnotes

1 Capturing The Success Of Your RDP: Guidelines For The Ex Post Evaluation Of 2007-2013 RDPs, ENRD And European Commission, June 2014

2 Please see Table 2.1 for Measure Titles

3 Measure 114 was closed down via a modification to the programme. The Measure was then not implemented.

4 Technical Assistance

5 Report by Head of Finance to CAP Strategic Board, May 2016

6 Measure 114 was closed down via a modification to the programme. The Measure was then not implemented.

7 Turnover and GVA rounded to the nearest £0.1m

8 The MA started off as Scottish Government's Rural Directorate (SGRD). In 2010 AIR it changed to the Scottish Government's Rural and Environment Directorate (SGRED). Then in 2012 AIR it became the Scottish Government's Agriculture, Food and Rural Communities Directorate (SGAFRC).

9 Final Report of the Rural Economy Working Group

10 Grieve, J, Cook, P, Moxey, A. and Slee, W. (2016) Evaluation of Less Favoured Area Support Scheme (LFASS) /development of Areas of Natural Constraint (ANC).

11 http://www.snh.gov.uk/docs/A1075307.pdf

12 Woodland Expansion Advisory Group (2012) Final report .

13 A WEAG report in 2016 details considerable advances in integration of forestry into land use management but indicates an actual increase in woodland cover some 25% below target.

14 Slee, B. and Feliciano, D. (2015) Challenges in the design of indicators for assessing the impact of the Scotland Rural Development Programme 2007-2013 on climate change mitigation, Ecological Indicators, 59 94-103.

15 See findings presented in Appendix D on satisfaction levels, page 5

16 Austin, Z., McVittie A., McCracken, D., Moxey A., Moran, D. and White P.C.L. (2015) Integrating quantitative and qualitative data in assessing the cost-effectiveness of biodiversity conservation Programmes, Biodiversity and Conservation 24,6, 1359-1375

17 SAC (2007) Farming's Retreat from the Hills and Thompson (2011) Response from the hills: Business as usual or a turning point?

18 Vinten, A. et al. (n.d.) Development of indicators of the impact of SRDP 2007-13 Measures on water quality

19 Turnover and GVA rounded to the nearest £0.1m

20 Please note, the average additionality factors are calculated based on the total sum of responses, and of those that reported employment impacts.

21 Turnover and GVA rounded to the nearest £0.1m.

22 Excluding those supported in Measures 111 and 132

23 Turnover and GVA rounded to the nearest £0.1m.

24 Measuring the Natural Heritage Outcomes Resulting From the Biodiversity Measures in the 2007-2013 SRDP', Environment Systems Thomson Ecology, Feb. 2015.

25 FERA (2009) Scotland Rural Development Programme 2007-2013 Natural Heritage Outcome Monitoring: Pre-Project Scoping Study on Methodology Options- Final Report

26 Measuring the Natural Heritage Outcomes Resulting From the Biodiversity Measures in the 2007-2013 SRDP', Environment Systems Thomson Ecology, Feb. 2015.

27 Kleijn, D, and Sutherland, W.J., (2003) How effective are European agri-environment schemes in conserving and promoting biodiversity? Journal of Applied Ecology,40, 947 - 969

28 Scottish Government (2011) Developing High Nature Value Farming and Forestry Indicators for the Scotland Rural Development Programme. Summary Report of the Technical Working Group on High Nature Value Farming and Forestry Indicators

29 McCracken, D.I. 2011 Describing and characterising the main types of HNV farming systems inScotland. Supplementary Paper 1 of the Scottish Government Summary report of the Technical Working Group on High Nature Value Farming and Forestry Indicators. Web only publication. Available at: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/Doc/355629/0120135.pdf

30 Scottish Government (2014 ) High Nature Value Farming and Forestry Indicators, 2009 - 2013.

31 Brunbjerg, A.K et al. (2016) Development and implementation of a high nature value (HNV) indicator for Denmark, Ecological Indicators 61, 274-281

32 Environment Systems Thomson Ecology, (2015) Measuring the Natural Heritage Outcomes Resulting From the Biodiversity Measures in the 2007-2013 SRDP.

33 Annual Estimates of Scottish Farm Business Income (FBI) 2016, see especially Table 11a

34 OECD (2008) Rising food prices causes and consequences

35 DEFRA The British Survey of Fertiliser Practice Fertiliser use on farm for the 2015 crop year, Figure 1

36 Cook, P. et al. (2016), Agriculture in Aberdeenshire, Looking to the future

37 Appendix D - Summary of Satisfaction Surveys, p. 6

38 Assuming three year persistence of each job created and safeguarded.

39 Grieve, J, Cook, P, Moxey, A. and Slee, W. (2016) Evaluation of Less Favoured Area Support Scheme (LFASS) /development of Areas of Natural Constraint (ANC),


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