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Slurry Infrastructure Grant: what you need to know and how to apply

11 January - 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm

Defra have announced that a second round of the popular Slurry Infrastructure Grant will open in November 2023.

The Slurry Infrastructure Grant provides funding to improve slurry storage beyond the current legal minimums. Slurry storage is a critical part of every resilient farm business, as it ensures the effective use of nutrients, help to secure farm productivity and profitability, and minimises the risk of pollution.

To help you understand this grant and prepare to apply, this workshop will cover:

  • why slurry storage is an important issue for all farm businesses
  • what the grant covers, and what is not covered
  • how to use the AHDB Slurry Wizard to identify your own farm slurry storage needs
  • who can apply including eligibility criertia
  • how to complete the application process, and what happens next.

The information available on this grant now is also expected to be valid for a third grant application window, opening in early 2024.



This workshop is available to any farmer or land manager in Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Cornwall, or the Isles of Scilly currently in receipt of BPS payments.

To be eligible to participate in the Future Farming Resilience project and receive subsequent 1:1 support or attend further workshops, you will be required to complete a Monitoring Information form. Forms will be provided by your advisor, at a workshop, or emailed to you after an online workshop. Please ensure forms are completed swiftly. Please be aware that BIP may limit further access to specialist workshops or 1:1 advice, if the form is not completed.

If you have any questions please call us on 01837 659 059 or email team@businessinfopoint.co.uk. Please check our privacy policy and Devon County Council’s privacy policy to see how we store and manage your submitted data.


United Kingdom


Support Programme
Future Farming Resilience