Gavin Lane

Gavin Lane


Gavin grew up on his family farm on the edge of King’s Lynn in Norfolk. At 25, he started farming on a contract farming arrangement with his father and now owns and farms land on two separate arable farms, both with large countryside stewardship schemes and using regenerative farming practices. He is involved with a family residential property portfolio and with his wife, Jane, has diversified into a holiday cottage letting business.

Within the CLA, he was chair of Business & Rural Economy Committee (BREC), chair of the Norfolk Branch and was previously chair of Agriculture and Land Use and also sat on Policy Committee.

He has also chaired the Education Committee of the Worshipful Company of Farmers and is a Nuffield Scholar.

In the First 100 Days of a New Government, What Needs to Happen to Support Regenerative, Nature Friendly Farming?

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This year’s Groundswell comes just a week before the British public go to the polls for a General Election. The next Government will inherit food and farming policy at a time of considerable challenge and opportunity. Measures need to be taken across the next Parliament to improve public health, tackle climate change, restore nature and […]