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Results 241–260 of 400 for "crown estate" in the 'Written Answers'

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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: Marine Stewardship (21 Oct 2004)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what future levels of expenditure the Crown Estate plans to spend on marine stewardship programmes.

Written Answers — Treasury: Royal Residences (11 Oct 2004)

Stephen Timms: The terms and valuation of the lease were negotiated between The Crown Estate as landlord and HRH The Duke of York as tenant. Agents were appointed by both parties and were required to agree the terms of the lease on a commercial basis for the lease period of 75 years. The rental valuation was to take into account the requirement of the landlord for the tenant to restore and modernise the...

Written Answers — Treasury: Royal Residences (11 Oct 2004)

Stephen Timms: The Duke and Duchess of York (later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth) were granted occupation of Royal Lodge by King George V in 1931, without charge. The property reverted to The Crown Estate on the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother in 2002.

Written Answers — Treasury: Marine Stewardship (11 Oct 2004)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much the Crown Estate spent on marine stewardship programmes in each year since 1994.

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Marine Aggregates (16 Sep 2004)

Keith Hill: I have been asked to reply The Crown Estate has provided the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister with the following figures for the extraction of aggregates from British waters over the past 10 years: Tonnage extracted Cubic metres extracted1 1994 22,064,768 13,374,690 1995 26,122,576 16,068,640 1996 26,613,578 16,496,250 1997 24,876,508 15,301,780 1998...

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

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the total value of applications made to the Crown Estate's Research Committee for research proposals has been for the financial year 2004–05; how many applications have been made for funding; what the total value of research funding allocated is for the financial year 2004–05; and how many applications for research funding in 2004–05 have been...

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...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Wind Farms (1 Sep 2004)

Stephen Timms: ...impacts on the environment and on birds in particular. One of the outcomes of this close working is that applicants for consents for those offshore wind farm developments proposed under Round 2 of Crown Estate leasing, will be required to provide two years of bird survey data as part of the environmental reports that are submitted with consent applications.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (22 Jul 2004)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much the Crown Estate spent on (a) public relations and (b) corporate hospitality in the last financial year.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (22 Jul 2004)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the cost was of producing the Crown Estate's 2004 annual report.

Written Answers — Treasury: Departmental Accounting Practice (21 Jul 2004)

Richard Bacon: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer who the Finance Director of (a) the Treasury, (b) the Inland Revenue Trust, (c) Customs and Excise, (d) the Government Actuary's Department, (e) the Crown Estate, (f) the Royal Mint, (g) the Office of National Statistics, (h) National Savings and Investments and (i) Inland Revenue is; what accountancy qualifications each Director holds; and on how many...

Written Answers — Transport: Off-shore Wind Farms (4 May 2004)

Alistair Darling: My Department is consulting the shipping and ports industries on the potential cumulative impact on navigational safety of wind farms being developed on the sites for which The Crown Estate has offered leases. In the light of the outcome of this exercise, developers are able to apply to The Crown Estate, between 1 September to 31 December 2004, to adjust the location of their proposed wind...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Fisheries (30 Apr 2004)

Ben Bradshaw: ...sustainable use of the marine environment and the prosperity of the economies and communities in associated areas. Policy responsibility on the lease of sea bed for fish farming is a matter for the Crown Estate.

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Salmon (29 Apr 2004)

Ben Bradshaw: ...the appropriate Fisheries Department and keep a record of the movement of fish for disease control purposes. Controls also apply to the import and export of farmed fish. All salmon farms require a Crown Estate lease and development consent, and are subject to conservation and environmental measures. The use of medicines on fish farms and welfare of farmed fish are also subject to control.

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Electricity (28 Apr 2004)

Ian Pearson: A private sector consortium, with consent from the Crown Estate, is currently investigating the technical, environmental and financial feasibility of the Tunes Plateau site. It is only on completion of this work that the exact size, configuration and location of any potential wind farm can be determined. If, having completed the feasibility studies, the consortium wishes to proceed with a...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Wind Farms (26 Apr 2004)

Stephen Timms: ...English Heritage or the National Assembly for Wales, the Countryside Council for Wales and Cadw Welsh Historic Monuments were consulted. Additional consultees included the Civil Aviation Authority, Crown Estate, Environment Agency, Health and Safety Executive, Ministry of Defence, Radiocommunications Agency, Maritime and Coastguard Agency, Chamber of Shipping (but not in the case of Scroby...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Wind Farms (26 Apr 2004)

Stephen Timms: ...Wash, outer Thames Estuary and the North West (from North Wales to the Solway Firth)—on a range of matters including maritime navigation. Following this consultation the Department asked The Crown Estate to arrange a bidding round for site leases in these three strategic areas, with the exception of a coastal strip of 8 to 13 kms wide, which was excluded because of the particular...

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 — Treasury: Wayleaves (19 Apr 2004)

Michael Weir: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will propose legislation to prohibit the Crown Estate from charging local authorities for wayleaves for public projects.


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