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Results 301–320 of 400 for "crown estate" in the 'Written Answers'

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Written Answers — Defence: Departmental Assets (10 Feb 2003)

Dr Lewis Moonie: ...does not represent the open market value which might be achieved were the site to be sold. As the site is not wholly owned by the Ministry of Defence, any receipt would have to be shared with the Crown Estate. The units currently occupying the Barracks are: 1st Battalion Scots Guards Flank Coy Scots Guards Colonel Foot Guards RHQ's of the Grenadier, Coldstream, Scots, Irish and Welsh...

Written Answers — Defence: Accommodation Blocks (Portland) (29 Jan 2003)

Dr Lewis Moonie: The freehold of the Hardy accommodation blocks at Portland were owned in part by the Ministry of Defence and in part by the Crown Estate. The sale was on the basis of a shared receipt pro rata of those freehold areas. The Ministry of Defence received £300,000 for its part of the accommodation blocks site.

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 — Trade and Industry: Wind Generators (9 Dec 2002)

Mr Brian Wilson: ..., my Department is considering one application in England and Wales and the Scottish Executive are considering seven applications in Scotland. Out of 20 potential offshore sites offered by the Crown Estate in April 2001, the DTI and Scottish Executive are currently considering proposals in respect of 11 sites and a further two have now been granted construction consent under section 36 of...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Seabed Rentals (26 Nov 2002)

Pete Wishart: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what annual rental charges are paid to the Crown Estate for seabed rentals for ferry piers, ports and harbours operated by (a) Caledonian MacBrayne, (b) Shetland Islands Council, (c) Orkney Islands Council, (d) Lerwick Port Authority, (e) Scrabster Harbour Trust, (f) Ullapool Harbour Trustees, (g) Stornoway Pier and Harbour...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Wind Farms (22 Jul 2002)

Mr Brian Wilson: ...the technology is less well established, than is the case for onshore projects. 19 schemes for the development of offshore wind farms have so far been granted leases of areas of the sea bed by the Crown Estate. We are encouraging a positive approach to new renewable energy proposals, including new wind farm proposals, through regional renewable energy plans and targets. National Wind...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estates Commissioners (Scotland) (18 Jul 2002)

Mr Paul Boateng: holding answer 16 July 2002 I have received no recent representations about the role of the Crown Estate Commissioners in Scotland.

Written Answers — Scotland: Departmental Property (18 Jul 2002)

Mrs Helen Liddell: My Department leases accommodation in Edinburgh from the Local Authorities Mutual Investment Trust (LAMIT) and from the Crown Estate in London.

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Extraction (15 Jul 2002)

Tony McNulty: ...but there are no central UK-wide, English or Welsh records of the total tonnage of sand only permitted on a year-by-year basis. Nearly all sand extraction below mean low water is licensed by the Crown Estate, which owns most of the seabed around the UK coast. The Crown Estate advise me that: (a) it has granted the following numbers of aggregate (including sand) dredging licences in the UK...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Building Values (8 Jul 2002)

Kim Howells: ...in right of the Crown, and are therefore inalienable. The Secretary of State has the following property interests in the Royal Parks Agency. 1. Pembroke Lodge in Richmond Park is owned by the Crown Estate Commissioners and is leased to the Secretary of State for a term of 99 years and five days from 31 March 1992. Its market value was assessed at £375,000 in March 2000. 2. The Secretary...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Wind Farms (20 May 2002)

Mr Brian Wilson: The sites in the first round of offshore windfarm developments were selected by developers who then made applications for site leases to the Crown Estate, as landlord of the seabed within territorial waters. Of the 18 projects there are no Ministry of Defence objections to 13. The Ministry of Defence are in dialogue with the remaining five developers and would hope to bring the matter to a...

Written Answers — Treasury: Resource Accounts (30 Apr 2002)

Andrew Smith: ... — 5061 30 March 2001 29 March 2001 -1 Central Office for Information 190 — 31 January 2001 19 April 2001 54 Charity Commission 191 — 31 January 2001 28 March 2001 40 Crown Estate 192 — 31 January 2001 19 April 2001 54 Crown Prosecution Service 193 — 31 January 2001 30 March 2001 42 Customs & Excise 165 — 31 January 2001 31 January...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Scroby Sands Offshore Generating Station (17 Apr 2002)

Mr Brian Wilson: ...step forward for the wind industry. It is the first offshore windfarm development to be approved from the 18 potential sites identified by developers who successfully pre-qualified last year for Crown Estate seabed leases. Offshore wind in the UK can make a major contribution to climate change objectives, to secure electricity supplies, and to our economic well being through job creation...

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Public Bodies (11 Apr 2002)

Des Browne: ...Industry Training Board Consumers' Committee for Great Britain under the Agricultural Marketing Act 1958 Countryside Agency Court Service Crafts Council Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority Crown Estate Office Department for Education and Skills Department for International Development Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Department for Transport, Local Government and...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Aggregate Dredging (10 Apr 2002)

Sally Keeble: I have been asked to reply. Marine aggregate dredging licences are issued by the Crown Estate which owns nearly all of the seabed out to the UK 12 mile territorial limit and has rights to all minerals within the UK share of the European Continental Shelf. It issues licences only if the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions first issues a favourable 'Government...

Written Answers — Scotland: Reserved Matters (25 Mar 2002)

Mrs Helen Liddell: ...under the Representation of the People Act 1983, as amended; in relation to the Boundary Commission for Scotland under the Parliamentary Constituencies Act 1986, as amended; in relation to the Crown Estate Commissioners under the Crown Estate Act 1961, and under the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act 1936.

Written Answers — Defence: Depleted Uranium (20 Mar 2002)

Malcolm Bruce: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what clean up operations he has put in place on the Crown Estate relating to the use of munitions containing depleted uranium.

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Farming and Food (18 Mar 2002)

Elliot Morley: ...The list registers interests relevant to the work of the Commission. Sir Donald Curry CBE Remunerated work and directorships Vice-chairman (non-executive), NFU Mutual Insurance Co Ltd. Commissioner, Crown Estate Chairman (non-executive), North Country Primestock Director (non-executive), Scottish Agricultural College Director (non-executive), Chitty Food Groups Land, property and...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Civil Service (10 Jan 2002)

Chris Leslie: ...) were revoked with effect from 1 September 2001. 1 The statutory bodies and office holders are: Commissioners of Inland Revenue Chief Charity Commissioner Commissioners of Customs and Excise Crown Estate Commissioners Director General of Fair Trading Director of National Savings Director of Passenger Rail Franchising Director General of Telecommunications Director General of Water...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Wind Farms (17 Dec 2001)

Mr Brian Wilson: ...should make it easier for project developers to get their projects up and running. It is very encouraging that 18 projects for the wind farms successfully pre-qualified for seabed leases from the Crown Estate earlier this year.

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