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Results 21–40 of 200 for "crown estate" in the 'Written Answers'

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Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners (25 Jun 2009)

Alex Salmond: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much was spent by the Crown Estate on (a) piers and (b) harbours (i) owned by the Crown Estate and (ii) located on Crown Estate land in each of the last five years.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Property (10 Jan 2005)

Stephen Timms: The Crown Estate has a 50-year lease agreement with the Earl of Wessex for Bagshot Park in Windsor. As a matter of principle the Crown Estate does not disclose details of the composition of any private residencies on which it has granted leases, as this is considered to be a confidential matter between the Crown Estate and the lessee.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (11 Dec 2001)

Andrew Smith: holding answer 6 December 2001 The Crown Estate contributes to activities related to land and property management and figures for these contributions are supplied: Year £ (a) 1998–99 26,450 (b) 1999–2000 45,896 (c) 2000–01 72,730 (d) 2001–02(7) 37,431 (7) Predicted to date These activities include items such as contributions to the cost to the Marine...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate: Marine Stewardship Programme (20 Jun 2007)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) how much the Crown Estate spent on marine stewardship programmes in each year since 2005; (2) how much the Crown Estate plans to spend on marine stewardship programmes in the next three financial years; (3) how much the Crown Estate raised from charges levied on marinas and piers in (a) Orkney and (b) Shetland in each of the last two years.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Crown Estate (16 Jun 2008)

Lord Davies of Oldham: The Crown Estate attaches great importance to sustainable development across its portfolio. The Crown Estate believes that its stewardship role on its estates should leave a legacy for future generations and be an example to others. It aims to operate as a lean and enterprising organisation that uses resources efficiently; minimises emissions to land, air and water; curbs the production of...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate: Electric Cables (20 Jun 2007)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) how much revenue the Crown Estate collected from charges levied on cables crossing its land in each year since 2004; and how much the Crown Estate charged per kilometre of cable laid (a) on the seabed and (b) over ground in each year since 2004; (2) how much the Crown Estate received in rent from business based in (a) Orkney and (b) Shetland...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners (21 Feb 2012)

Chloe Smith: The following table shows the London property held by the Crown Estate, as at 31 December 2011. The Crown Estate does not distinguish between land and property within its urban estate, nor between developed and undeveloped land. Schedule of the Crown Estate’s properties rights and interests, December, 2011       Classification and area ( m (2) ) (1) County/unitary authority...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Coastal Communities Fund (21 Feb 2012)

Grant Shapps: The amount of money made available to each country, or part of a country, under the new Fund has been set at 50% of the gross revenues raised by the Crown Estate's marine activities in that area. For 2012, the funding is based on the Crown Estate's marine revenues in 2010-11 and will be distributed to each country as follows: £ million 2010-11 Total Crown Estate marine revenues 50%...

Written Answers — Treasury: Royal Residences (1 Nov 2004)

Stephen Timms: Under the terms of which the Queen Mother occupied Royal Lodge, the internal works were the responsibility of her office while The Crown Estate was responsible for the maintenance of the exterior of the building and the surrounding grounds. Total Crown Estate expenses on all such maintenance (exterior building and grounds) over the last 10 years amounts to £711,087. During that time no...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Lands and Estates (28 Jan 2020)

the Earl of Courtown: The Crown Estate publishes its Integrated Annual Report and Accounts each year. The latest Report for the year 2018-19 is available on The Crown Estate’s website.[1]. As set out in the 2018-19 Report, the net revenue profit The Crown Estate has generated in each of the past five years, are as follows: 2018-19 = £343.5 million; 2017-18 = £329.4 million; 2016-17 = £328.8 million;...

Written Answers — Treasury: Wind Power: Seas and Oceans (4 Dec 2013)

Nicky Morgan: Income received by the Crown Estate for offshore wind farms is not based on the number of turbines deployed. Instead, its income is based on either a fee per unit of electricity generated by the wind farm or a small percentage of the developer's revenue from power sales from the scheme. The exact mechanism varies depending on which Crown Estate leasing round the wind farm falls within. The...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Coastal Erosion (30 Oct 2003)

Keith Hill: Dredging activity offshore is statutorily controlled by a number of bodies including the Crown Estate, coast protection authorities, the Department of Transport, harbour and port authorities, local planning authorities and some private owners of seabed. There is no central record of all types of offshore dredging. However, most marine minerals dredging is licensed by the Crown Estate and I...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (14 Sep 2004)

Stephen Timms: holding answer 22 July 2004 Since September 2003, The Crown Estate Fish Farming Research Committee has become part of the independent Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum (SARF). The Crown Estate has committed £100,000 per annum to SARF for 2004–05 and 2005–06. Additional marine based research funding is also available from The Crown Estate. This includes other aquaculture funding, the...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Lands and Estates (10 Sep 2012)

Sajid Javid: As envisaged in the framework document setting out the Treasury's relationship with the Crown Estate, my officials meet the Crown Estate to discuss its investment strategy in general terms once a year. The agreed strategy is summarised in the Crown Estate's annual report, for example the current strategy is at pages 18-19 of the 2011-12 report.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners (18 Feb 2008)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) how much the Crown Estate spent on its communications department in each of the last five years; (2) how much the Crown Estate spent on hospitality in each of the last five years; (3) what the cost of producing the Crown Estate's annual reports was in each of the last five years.

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Coastal Communities Fund (29 Feb 2012)

Grant Shapps: The amount of money made available to each country of the UK under the Coastal Communities Fund is equivalent to 50% of the gross revenues raised by the Crown Estate's marine activities in that area. For 2012, the funding is based on the Crown Estate's marine revenues in 2010-11. This will make available £23.7 million (50% of £47.4 million revenue raised) to support economic development in...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Crown Estate (18 Dec 2003)

Stephen Timms: The Energy Bill when enacted will enable The Crown Estate to licence areas of the seabed in the Renewable Energy Zone for the purpose of exploring and exploiting the UK's wind, wave and tidal resources for the production of energy. The Renewable Energy Zone will be established around the UK, adjacent to the territorial sea, in accordance with the provisions of the 1982 United Nations...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (11 Dec 2001)

Andrew Smith: holding answer 27 November 2001 The Crown Estate spent the following on corporate hospitality: Year £ (a) 1998–99 9,198 (b) 1999–2000 12,173 (c) 2000–01 135,415 This figure includes costs for special receptions to mark the millennium, held for Crown Estate tenants. These comprised a garden party in the Windsor Estate for some 1,500 guests, and a dinner in Stirling...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (19 May 2003)

John Healey: The overall net revenue surplus of The Crown Estate is surrendered to the Exchequer. This payment is not subdivided by the individual constituents of the Estate's property holdings. Figures for the gross surpluses from the operations of the different components of The Crown Estate are set out in the organisation's annual report which is available in the Library of the House. Since 1985 The...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners: Land (14 Jun 2007)

John Healey: ...the "Guide for the disposal of surplus property" in November 2005. This applies to central civil Government Departments, their Executive Agencies and sponsored bodies. It does not apply to the Crown estate, being property owned by the Sovereign "in right of the Crown", which is governed by the Crown Estate Act 1961. The guide is available at: www.ogc.gov.uk.


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