The Agricultural Land Tribunal for Wales (ALT Wales) is a statutory organisation established under the Agriculture Act 1947 with jurisdiction for the geographical area of Wales.

The tribunal is independent of government. The ALT Wales plays an important role in determining disputes and other issues between agricultural landlords and tenants arising from tenancy agreements held under the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986.  The ALT Wales also determines disputes relating to the drainage of agricultural land under the Land Drainage Act 1991.    

Regulations governing the tribunal are listed below:

  • The Agricultural Land Tribunals (Area) Order 1982 (SI 1982/97)
    Available to view online and in printed format from the official website for UK legislation
  • The Land Drainage Act 1991 (Sections 28 and 30)
    Available to view online and in printed format from the official website for UK legislation
  • The Agricultural Land Tribunals (Rules) Order 2007
    Available to view online and in printed format from the official website for UK legislation