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Results 41–60 of 200 for "crown estate" in the 'Written Answers'

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Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners (18 Jan 2011)

Justine Greening: The Crown Estate is obliged by law to pay its net annual surplus to the Exchequer. In 2009-10 the surplus paid over was £210 million of which rents from offshore wind activity contributed £2.6 million. The Crown Estate's medium-term objective is to generate a return of some £250 million by 2014. Since the Crown Estate operates commercially, it does not publish annual forecasts of its net...

Written Answers — Treasury: Renewable Energy: Scotland (4 Jun 2013)

Sajid Javid: The Crown Estate is obliged by law to pay its net annual surplus to the Exchequer. In 2011-12 the surplus paid over was £240 million, of which rents from offshore renewable activity contributed £7.8 million. The Crown Estate's financial target for 2012-13 is to generate a return of some £250 million. Since the Crown Estate operates commercially, it does not publish annual targets and...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Lands and Estates: Wind Power (7 Feb 2008)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to the answer of 29 January 2008, Official Report, column 289W, on Crown lands and estates: wind power, what proportion of the income derived by the Crown Estate from wind powered electricity generating installations situated offshore came from (a) rental fees charged to third party wind power generators and (b) wind powered electricity...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Administration of Estates (15 Nov 2017)

Andrew Jones: It is not possible to identify the number of properties that have become subject to escheat over the last five years, as The Crown Estate is reliant upon third parties notifying it of the events which may lead to escheat. However, I can provide the below information on the number of properties notified to The Crown Estate as escheat and the number of properties sold in the given years. The...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Coastal Defence (19 Apr 2004)

Elliot Morley: The Crown Estate receives revenue from dredging companies for all the marine aggregates that they extract from the seabed that the Crown Estate owns or over which it has mineral rights. All surplus revenue raised by The Crown Estate is passed directly to the Exchequer for the benefit of all UK taxpayers. There is no direct link between surplus revenues and the Government's budget for coastal...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Tidal Power: Wales (28 Apr 2011)

Charles Hendry: DECC has not had specific discussions on the Welsh Assembly Government and Crown Estate's agreement. However, we are working closely with the Welsh Assembly Government, the other devolved Administrations and the Crown Estate through the UK Marine Energy Programme to enhance the UK marine energy sector's ability to develop and deploy wave and tidal energy devices at a commercial scale. DECC...

Written Answers — Treasury: Research Applications (2 Jul 2003)

John Healey: The Crown Estate Fish Farming Research Committee was established in 2001 to ensure that the allocation of The Crown Estate's reinvestment budget was both fair and transparent. Support is given to those applications that have most relevance to The Crown Estate and its customers and which, in the view of the committee, will be of greatest long-term benefit and value to the sustainable...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Wind Power: Crown Estate Commissioners (18 Jul 2011)

Justine Greening: I have been asked to reply. No estimate is available for the current value of the energy generated in offshore wind farms on Crown Estate property. Estimates of future revenue are very uncertain because of a number of factors which cannot readily be forecast. Using DECC assumptions of July 2009, the Crown Estate's illustrative projections are that by 2020 its rental income from all renewable...

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

Angela Eagle: The Crown Estate does not have a research committee and it does not invite open applications for research, rather areas of research are decided by The Crown Estate through discussions with industry. 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Scottish Aquaculture Research Fund 0 100 100 100 100 Acquaculture Research Fund 237 119 100 96 100 Offshore Research Fund...

Written Answers — Treasury: Royal Lodge, Windsor (10 Jan 2005)

Stephen Timms: 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 — House of Lords: Hoses (26 Apr 2006)

Lord Berkeley: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether the Crown Estate is exempt from any restriction on the use of hoses for watering gardens; and, if so, whether the Crown Estate board intends to comply with any such local restrictions on a voluntary basis.

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Coastal Access (15 Jun 2006)

Barry Gardiner: The Countryside Agency held initial discussions with the Crown Estate in 2005. My officials also met representatives from the Crown Estate on 6 December 2005.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Official Documents: Twelvetrees Crescent Warehouse (7 Nov 2006)

Lord Hanningfield: asked Her Majesty's Government: What files were lost by the Crown Estate in the fire at the paper records warehouse in Twelvetrees Crescent, London, in July; what impact these losses will have on the Crown Estate; whether any work or projects will be delayed or abandoned asa result of the fire; and what costs were incurred.

Written Answers — Scotland: Dover House (23 Jan 2003)

Mrs Helen Liddell: Dover House is owned by the Crown Estate and leased to the Scotland Office. The value of the building is a matter for the Crown Estate. The rental cost in 2001–02 was £10,500.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (14 Mar 2003)

John Thurso: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what directions he has given to the Crown Estate Commissioners in respect of application of section 4(1) of the Crown Estate Act, 1961; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (9 Apr 2003)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to his answer of 31 March, Official Report, column 560W, on the Crown Estate, when a Minister from the Treasury last met Crown Estate representatives; and what issues were discussed.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (9 Apr 2003)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to his Answer of 31 March, Official Report, column 560W, on the Crown Estate, what assessment has been made of the impact of Crown Estate charges levied for use of the seabed on those who pay it.

Written Answers — Scotland: Crown Estate (9 Apr 2003)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland pursuant to the answer from the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, column 560W, on the Crown Estate, when a Minister from the Scotland Office last met Crown Estate representatives; and what issues were discussed.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Income (6 Nov 2003)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much revenue the Crown Estate has collected from charges levied on cables crossing its land in each year since 1997; and how much the Crown Estate has charged per kilometre of cable laid (a) on the seabed and (b) over ground in each year since 1997.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estates Properties (10 Nov 2004)

Alan Williams: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many properties are on lease from the Crown Estate; how many of these are on lease for (a) 75 years or over, (b) 50 to 74 years and (c) 25 to 49 years; and how many houses are on lease from the Crown Estate for £1 million or more.


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