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Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) how much the Crown Estate received from rents paid by shellfish farmers in (a) Orkney, (b) Shetland, (c) Scotland and (d) the UK in each of the last three years; (2) how much the Crown Estate raised from rents levied on salmon farmers in (a) Orkney and (b) Shetland in each of the last three years.
Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much income the Crown Estate received from rents paid for (a) marinas and (b) piers in each year since 2004.
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.
Caroline Spelman: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much Crown Estate land was sold for housing development in the last year for which figures are available.
Caroline Spelman: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what guidance the Office for Government Commerce has produced on the sale of Crown estate land.
Malcolm Wicks: ...them to compete with well established technologies such as co-firing biomass in coal-fired power stations. It is also important to provide a long-term market for offshore renewables. The DTI and the Crown Estate have already run two competitions for the development rights for offshore wind farms, granting the rights for 29 offshore wind farms. The White Paper announced the Government's...
Malcolm Wicks: The Department has begun to explore options with the Crown Estate, for the siting of further large-scale offshore renewables development. Any consideration of further programmes of commercial-scale offshore wind farms will be based on a strategic environmental assessment (SEA). It may also be necessary to undertake Appropriate Assessments, depending on the locations identified for a further...
Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) what the cost was of producing the Crown Estate's annual reports in each of the last three years; (2) how much the Crown Estate spent on (a) public relations and (b) corporate hospitality in each of the last three years; (3) what the staff costs of the Crown Estate's Communication Department were in each of the last three years.
Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much income was received by the Crown Estate from wind-powered electricity generating installations situated offshore in each financial year since 2004-05.
Vera Baird: In 2004 a statement of requirements for the building to house the UK Supreme Court was agreed in conjunction with the Lords of Appeal in Ordinary. This search generated a long-list of 48 properties but only eight of which, after closer scrutiny against a number of criteria (size, operational efficiency, adaptability, suitability), merited further consideration. Central and Staple Court,...
Geoff Hoon: The Indian high commissioner's residence, at 9 Kensington Palace Gardens, is leased by the Indian Government from the Crown Estate; the Foreign and Commonwealth Office is not involved.
Derek Twigg: ...of the property they occupy, deducted at source from their salaries. The houses occupied by the Adjutant General and CinC Land are rented properties. The house occupied by CGS is leased from the Crown estate. The MOD has not therefore assessed the market value of these properties. The house occupied by GOC NI is owned by the MOD and is located within a barracks behind the wire. The current...
Lord Truscott: ...brought forward for development. We are aware of developer interest in additional opportunities for the development of offshore renewable energy projects and have begun to explore options with the Crown Estate. Any consideration of future efforts will include consultation with the renewables sector and other parties with interests in or responsibilities for the marine environment.
Nick Gibb: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether (a) HM Revenue and Customs, (b) the UK Debt Management Office and (c) the Crown Estate recognise the International GCSE as an acceptable substitute for a GCSE for the purposes of recruitment.
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.
Malcolm Wicks: We do not currently have a timetable for any activity beyond round 2 although we are aware of interest and we have begun exploratory dialogue with the Crown Estate. However, the progress and timetable will depend on the outcome of the proposals for a Marine Bill.
Malcolm Wicks: We are concentrating on the delivery of the remaining round 1 and round 2 offshore wind farm projects. We are aware of the interest beyond round 2 and have begun to explore options with the Crown Estate for further development. Out intention is to take a long term view over the next 10-15 years and feed into the proposed Marine Bill.
Jack Straw: As required by the terms of the lease conditions, set by Crown Estate, my office has been decorated once in the last five years. This took place in 2002. It still looks okay.
Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many aquaculture projects pay rent to the Crown Estate in Orkney and Shetland; and what total annual income has been generated from such rents in each of the last three years.
Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what estimate the Crown Estate has made of the value of the seabed in each of the last five years.