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All 8 results for "crown estate" in the 'Written Answers' speaker:Angela Eagle

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Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners (19 May 2009)

Angela Eagle: The Crown Estate has not purchased any voluntary home condition reports in respect of residential sales to date because they have received no specific requests for them from would be buyers.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners: Pay (8 May 2009)

Angela Eagle: The Crown Estate has 10 such employees, some 2.8 per cent. of the total workforce. All of these work in the South East of England, making up some 3per cent. of the workforce for this region.

Written Answers — Treasury: Trade Unions (6 May 2009)

Angela Eagle: ...recognised trade union staff HMRC No central record of exclusive office use held VOA No exclusive use of office facilities provided No information is available on notional annual value. The Crown Estate is not an Agency of the Treasury.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners (12 Mar 2009)

Angela Eagle: The Crown Estate budgets comprehensively for void costs relating to empty properties. This includes costs such as council tax or business rates, utility bills, insurance, along with other general maintenance costs. Void costs are budgeted on a property by property basis and empty property business rates are not specifically itemised. The Crown Estate has purchased 42 home information packs to...

Written Answers — Treasury: Coastal Areas (10 Feb 2009)

Angela Eagle: The Crown Estate owns around 55 per cent. of the foreshore around the UK. The rest of the foreshore is owned by various bodies, including the Crown and the Duchies of Lancaster and Cornwall, such as port authorities, local authorities, the National Trust and private individuals. The Duchy of Cornwall owns all of the Isles of Scilly foreshore, and the majority of the foreshore in Cornwall.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate: Weber Shandwick Public Affairs (29 Apr 2008)

Angela Eagle: The Crown Estate employed Weber Shandwick for corporate PR advice as well as general communications support on a number of property development projects for their central London urban portfolio. The primary focus of Weber Shandwick's work here was community consultation. The figures are given in the table: £000 2002-03 129 2003-04 170 2004-05 178 2005-06 255 2006-07 126

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: Crown Estate Commissioners: Advertising (4 Feb 2008)

Angela Eagle: The only paid advertising that the Crown Estate undertakes is in relation to recruitment. The information available is in the table: £000 2006-07 235 2005-06 233 2004-05 194 2003-04 61 2002-03 73 2001-02 163 2000-01 87 1999-2000 77 1998-99 79

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