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All 4 results for "crown estate" in the 'Written Answers' speaker:Ben Bradshaw

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Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Cetaceans (5 Jul 2005)

Ben Bradshaw: ...action plans which call for studies into the effects of underwater sounds on cetacean species. The Department also contributes to the Inter Agency Committee for Marine Science and Technology and a Crown Estate initiative which includes sound research and development in relation to piling noise for wind farms. The Department would need to assess the results of research before considering...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Cetaceans (5 Jul 2005)

Ben Bradshaw: ...action plans which call for studies into the effects of underwater sounds on cetacean species. The Department also contributes to the Inter Agency Committee for Marine Science and Technology and a Crown Estate initiative which includes sound research and development in relation to piling noise for wind farms. The Joint Nature Conservation Committee has produced guidelines for minimising...

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.


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