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All 17 results for "crown estate" in the 'Written Answers' speaker:John Healey

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Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate: Research (25 Jun 2007)

John Healey: The Crown Estate does not invite open applications for research, rather, areas of research are decided by the Crown Estate through discussions with industry. The figures for research funding are: £000 2004-05 2005-06 Scottish Aquaculture Research Fund 100 100 Aquaculture Research Fund 100 196 Offshore Research Fund 97 120 Financial information for 2006-07 is not...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate: Marine Stewardship Programme (20 Jun 2007)

John Healey: ...000) Marine Stewardship Programme 656 Marinas: Orkney 0 Shetland 1 Piers: Orkney 3 Shetland 18 (1 )Financial information for 2006-07 is not yet available. The Crown Estate has committed £750,000 for each of the next three financial years to the Marine Stewardship Programme.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners: Land (14 Jun 2007)

John Healey: In 2005-06 the Crown Estate sold 30.3 hectares of land for residential housing development. Financial information for 2006-07 is not yet available.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners: Land (14 Jun 2007)

John Healey: ...the "Guide for the disposal of surplus property" in November 2005. This applies to central civil Government Departments, their Executive Agencies and sponsored bodies. It does not apply to the Crown estate, being property owned by the Sovereign "in right of the Crown", which is governed by the Crown Estate Act 1961. The guide is available at: www.ogc.gov.uk.

Written Answers — Treasury: HM Revenue and Customs (29 Nov 2006)

John Healey: For HMRC and the UK Debt Management Office, it is an acceptable substitute. The Crown Estate, however, does not use GCSEs generally as a standard for its recruitment purposes, so the question does not apply.

Written Answers — Treasury: Aquaculture Projects (Orkney and Shetland) (20 Jul 2006)

John Healey: The Crown Estate has issued 28 aquaculture leases for Orkney and 187 aquaculture leases for Shetland. Total annual income figure generated from fish farming over the past three years is as follows: Fish farming £ Financial year Orkney Shetland Total 2003-04 50,900 598,000 648,900 2004-05 111,000 885,100 996,100 2005-06 (1)132,000 518,000 650,000 (1) The...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (20 Jul 2006)

John Healey: I refer the hon. Gentleman to page 15 of the Crown Estate annual report 2006 which was laid before Parliament on 13 July 2006.

Written Answers — Treasury: Scottish Salmon Farming (Crown Estate) (20 Jul 2006)

John Healey: The Crown Estate has a three year programme of measures to support the Scottish salmon industry with investment of £600,000. The Crown Estate is also supporting the aquaculture industry through its Marine Stewardship Programme with £100,000 annual contributions to the Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum over the same period. In addition, the Crown Estate supports some individual research...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (10 Oct 2005)

John Healey: The information requested is as follows. Crown estate Financial year Cost (£) Number of permanent staff 2004–05 131,480 3

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (10 Oct 2005)

John Healey: We have made no such assessment. The Crown Estate Commissioners exercise their statutory duties under the Crown Estate Act in the light of the commercial environment faced by Crown Estate tenants and the requirements of good management.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (10 Oct 2005)

John Healey: Financial information on piers and marinas in Scotland has historically been recorded differently from that relating to England and Wales. However, the Crown Estate are taking steps to enable the information concerned to be available in future.

Written Answers — Treasury: Orkney and Shetland Businesses (Crown Estate) (25 May 2005)

John Healey: The total amount of rent paid to The Crown Estate from Orkney and Shetland over the last five years is as follows: Financial year £ 2000–01 1,047,700 2001–02 998,900 2002–03 697,100 2003–04 730,100 2004–05 1,118,500 Total rents 4,592,300

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (2 Jul 2003)

John Healey: Since 1996 the Crown Estate has spent the following sums on internal and external communications, including public affairs, the production of corporate literature, control of The Crown Estate brand and their internet and intranet websites: (£s) 1996–97 86,560 1997–98 121,792 1998–99 168,131 1999–2000 193,782 2000–01 214,837 2001–02 207.402 ...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (2 Jul 2003)

John Healey: ...: £ 1997 69,064 1998 73,166 1999 74,721 2000 84,239 2001 72,718 2002 92,457 2003 (2)90,000 (2) Estimate In accordance with approved accounting procedures, The Crown Estate holds financial records for only seven years.

Written Answers — Treasury: Research Applications (2 Jul 2003)

John Healey: The Crown Estate Fish Farming Research Committee was established in 2001 to ensure that the allocation of The Crown Estate's reinvestment budget was both fair and transparent. Support is given to those applications that have most relevance to The Crown Estate and its customers and which, in the view of the committee, will be of greatest long-term benefit and value to the sustainable...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (16 Jun 2003)

John Healey: The Crown Estate has employed a maximum of three media officers and one administrative support officer in any one year since 1985.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (19 May 2003)

John Healey: The overall net revenue surplus of The Crown Estate is surrendered to the Exchequer. This payment is not subdivided by the individual constituents of the Estate's property holdings. Figures for the gross surpluses from the operations of the different components of The Crown Estate are set out in the organisation's annual report which is available in the Library of the House. Since 1985 The...


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