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All 3 results for "crown estate" in the 'Written Answers' speaker:Lord Bach

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Written Answers — House of Lords: Energy: Wind Generation (27 Mar 2008)

Lord Bach: ...were consented prior to June 2006 and are not covered by the scope of the EA 2004 provisions. However these developments have decommissioning requirements contained within their lease from the Crown Estate, one of the necessary requirements for construction.

Written Answers — House of Lords: United Kingdom Coastline (21 Jul 2005)

Lord Bach: ...departments and agencies, as well as local authorities and other bodies that have varying levels of jurisdiction over different aspects of the regulation and management of coastal areas. The Crown Estate generally owns the seabed out to the 12 mile territorial limit. It also owns around 55 per cent. of the foreshore (between mean high and mean low water), with the remainder in both public...

Written Answers — House of Lords: MoD: Head Office Building (10 Sep 2004)

Lord Bach: ...for the divestment of five MoD buildings in central London, these are: Northumberland House—plans for the sale of the building are proceeding; Metropole Building—to be released back to landlord, Crown Estate; Great Scotland Yard—to be released back to landlord, Crown Estate; St Giles Court—to be released back to landlord, Legal and General; St Christopher House—released to...

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