Agricultural and vineyard parcels (FLIK parcels) form the basis for the payment of subsidies based on parcel size. To ensure that the eligibility criteria are still being met at any given point in time, the FLIK parcel identification system is continuously updated.
In addition to information on agricultural and vineyard parcels, the identification system also contains information on:
As such, farmers and winegrowers who wish to update FLIK landscape features and/or non productive areas may apply to:
Details on applying to create, activate, change or convert a FLIK reference parcel can be found in the pages on this topic.
Applications can be filed:
Applications to create, change or delete a landscape feature or non productive area may only be filed as part of a declaration of agricultural land or a vineyard census.
Any farmer or winegrower who cultivates agricultural or vineyard parcels, or intends to cultivate new parcels in Luxembourg on which there are landscape features or non productive areas to create, change or delete.
To file an online application to create, change or delete a landscape feature or non productive area, the farmer or winegrower:
To be able to access the application to create, change or delete a landscape feature or a non productive area through MyGuichet.lu, the business eSpace for the property holding must be certified by the Rural Economy Department (Service d’économie rurale – SER) of the Ministry of Agriculture, Viticulture and Rural Development (Ministère de l’Agriculture, de la Viticulture et du Développement rural).
The request for certification must be sent by email to the SER at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The farmer/winegrower will be sent 2 access codes by post: a holder access code and a representative access code. The holder access code must be saved in the business eSpace to be able to access the property holding's certified data.
The code can be saved by navigating to the "My business data" tab in the "Agriculture & Viticulture" section.
If the business eSpace has already been certified for other procedures in connection with farming or wine-growing, the certification will also be valid for the application to create, change or delete a landscape feature or non productive area.
Once the code is saved in the business eSpace, it will remain valid for 6 years.
The representative access code may be given to the holder's representative so that they can also gain access to the certified business eSpace.
Applications must be forwarded to the "Geographical Information System" department (Service "Système d’information géographique – SIG) of the Administration of Technical Agricultural Services (Administration des services techniques de l’agriculture – ASTA) by the end of the current year of declaration.
Applications to create, change or delete landscape features/non productive areas may be filed online through MyGuichet.lu.
When filling in the application form, the applicant must specify:
After selecting the type of application, a map will be displayed. This map is based on data from Geoportail.lu – the National Geoportal of Luxembourg (Géoportail national officiel du Luxembourg) – and uses the same terminology and the same colours.
The map is a geolocation tool that can be used to select and draw landscape features or non productive areas directly online.
3 types of FLIK reference parcels are featured:
Existing landscape features and non productive areas are also displayed.
Using this geolocation tool, the applicant must:
By default, the geolocation tool zooms in on the main address of the property holding. If the parcel in question is outside the area of the map that is displayed, the user can:
When applying to create or change a landscape feature/non productive area, the applicant must select the type of shape they wish to use:
After drawing or selecting the landscape feature/non productive area, the applicant must then, for each application, input:
When applying to delete a landscape feature/non productive area, the applicant must also select a reason for deletion.
Once they have filled in all of the required information, the applicant must confirm their input.
To send the application to the Administration of Technical Agricultural Services (ASTA), the applicant must click "Send".
Once the application has been submitted, an automatic acknowledgement of submission email will be sent to the email address recorded in the certified business eSpace.
Several technical criteria must be satisfied before the geolocation tool can be used to apply to create, change or delete a landscape feature/non productive area through MyGuichet.lu:
No supporting documents are required.
Once the application has been submitted through MyGuichet.lu, the Administration of Technical Agricultural Services (ASTA) will contact the applicant – or the contact person specified in the MyGuichet.lu online application – to process the application.
Applications may also be filed by post. In that case, an aerial photograph must be attached to each application. The photograph must clearly show all of the requested changes.
The application form can be downloaded from 'Forms / Online services'.
Applicants can create aerial photographs of their FLIK agricultural parcels directly in the 'Agriculture' map window on Geoportail.lu.
A guide to looking up FLIK agricultural parcels on the geoportal is provided by ASTA.
It is no longer necessary to apply to the Rural Economy Department for additional aerial photographs.
Formular zur Meldung der Änderungen von bereits erfassten Landschaftselementen (LE) / nicht produktiven Flächen (NPF) auf prämienfähigen Referenzparzellen (FLIK)