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Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Astute Class Submarines (12 Nov 2018)

Earl Howe: ...made by my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Defence (Gavin Williamson) in the House of Commons on 14 May 2018 (HLWS660). The Ministry of Defence has always planned to procure seven Astute-Class Submarines and these plans have not changed. 20180514 - WMS Astute Boat 7 (Word Document, 21.96 KB)

Written Ministerial Statements — Ministry of Defence: Astute Boat 7 (14 May 2018)

Gavin Williamson: I am pleased to announce today that we have reached a major milestone with the investment of £1.5 billion for the whole boat contract with BAE Systems to build the seventh boat in our Astute Class submarine fleet. I also have the privilege to announce that this submarine will be named AGINCOURT. AGINCOURT is the final boat of the Astute Class, underpinning the commitment made by this...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Russian Military Activity (23 Apr 2018)

John Woodcock: Russian submarines are increasingly aggressive, so is the contract for Astute boat 7 signed and is the Secretary of State alive to the need to accelerate future capability research so that we can get back on top in this arena?

Written Ministerial Statements — Ministry of Defence: Contingent Liability (6 Mar 2018)

Guto Bebb: ...Departmental Minute to advise that the Ministry of Defence (MOD) has received approval in principle from Her Majesty’s Treasury (HMT) to recognise new contingent liabilities associated with the Astute Boat 7 ‘Whole Boat’ Contract. Negotiations are ongoing and the contingent liabilities will come into force on signature of the contract. The Departmental Minute describes...

Modernising Defence Programme (25 Jan 2018)

John Woodcock: I think the whole House will congratulate the Secretary of State on taking the review out of the straitjacket, but is there a risk that the submarine programme—in particular, funding for Astute boat 7, which has not yet been priced—could be diverted by the review?

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Astute Class Submarines (8 Dec 2015)

Earl Howe: The build time for the Astute class submarines has reduced with every boat built to date. HMS Agamemnon and the yet to be named Boat 7 are both at a very early stage of construction. However, as published in the National Audit Office Major Projects Report 2015, their expected operational handover dates are May 2022 and March 2024 respectively.

Written Answers — Defence: Astute Class Submarines (9 Jun 2014)

Philip Dunne: The following table describes the current Ministry of Defence contracts solely for the Astute class submarine programme. All contracts, except serial 9, are with BAE Systems Marine Ltd. Once in service, platforms, including the Astute class, are supported via extant Fleet wide arrangements. Serial Contract Description 1 Batch 1 The build of Astute boats 1-3. 2 Boat 4 The build...

Written Answers — Defence: Astute Class Submarines (17 Jan 2014)

Philip Dunne: As stated in the National Audit Office Major Projects Report 2012 (HC 684-1), the in-service dates for the remaining submarines in the Astute class are shown in the following table: Submarine In-service date Boat 3 (Artful) 2015 Boat 4 (Audacious) 2018 Boat 5 (Anson) 2020 Boat 6 (Agamemnon) 2022 Boat 7 2024 The actual launch date for each boat is agreed between the...

Written Ministerial Statements — Defence: HMS Audacious (10 Dec 2012)

Philip Hammond: ...to inform the House that the Ministry of Defence has signed a contract, worth approximately £1.2 billion, with BAE Systems Maritime-Submarines to deliver HMS Audacious, the fourth submarine in the Astute submarine class. This contract covers the remaining elements of design and build work on HMS Audacious. In addition to the contract for HMS Audacious, contracted work on other boats...

Written Answers — Defence: Defence: Procurement (3 Sep 2012)

Gerald Howarth: ...) in his statement on 10 May 2012, Official Report, columns 140-153, is to begin sea trials in 2017 and undertake aircraft trials in 2018. The revised programme will be subject to re-approval in due course. Astute Class contracts are currently valued at £6.109 billion. This includes design and development, support studies and long lead items. The current timescales for in-service...

Written Answers — Defence: Astute Class Submarines (25 Nov 2011)

Peter Luff: holding answer 22 November 2011 As recorded in the Major Project Report 2011 recently published by the National Audit Office, the original approved budget and projected final costs for the Astute Class submarines are as follows: £ million Original budget Projected final cost Boats 1 to 3 (Batch 1) 2,223 3,480 Boat 4 1,279 1,404 Boat 5 623 586 Boat 6 255 253...

Written Answers — Defence: Warships (5 Sep 2011)

Peter Luff: The First of Class, HMS Astute, achieved its in-service date in April 2010 and is currently undertaking a period of extensive and comprehensive sea trials before being handed over to the Royal Navy for operational service, which on current plans will be in late 2012. The planned in-service dates for the remainder of the Astute class boats are:   Year Boat 2 (Ambush) 2013 Boat...

Written Answers — Defence: Astute Class Submarines (25 Nov 2010)

Peter Luff: On 19 October 2010, the strategic defence and security review (SDSR) (Cm7948) committed the Ministry of Defence (MOD) to purchase a total of seven Astute class submarines. It also stated that the MOD will work with British industry to improve efficiency and optimise to expected demand its capacity to build and support submarines. The outcome of this work will inform the procurement costs and...

Written Answers — Defence: Astute Class Submarines (27 Oct 2010)

Peter Luff: On 19 October 2010, the Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR) (Cm7948) confirmed the Department's intention to purchase the seventh Astute class submarine. It also stated that the Department will work with British industry to improve efficiency and optimise its capacity to build and support submarines. The outcome of this work will inform the procurement costs and in-service dates for...


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