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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 — Deputy Prime Minister: Dredging (15 Jan 2004)

Keith Hill: While my right hon. Friend the Deputy Prime Minister is responsible for determining the environmental consents which are needed to support marine dredging licences issued by the Crown Estate, he has no responsibility for the Crown Estate itself or for its royalty revenues from marine minerals dredging. I refer the hon. Member to the answer given on 30 October 2003, Official Report, column...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Coastal Erosion (30 Oct 2003)

Keith Hill: Dredging activity offshore is statutorily controlled by a number of bodies including the Crown Estate, coast protection authorities, the Department of Transport, harbour and port authorities, local planning authorities and some private owners of seabed. There is no central record of all types of offshore dredging. However, most marine minerals dredging is licensed by the Crown Estate and I...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Coastal Erosion (30 Oct 2003)

Keith Hill: Nearly all marine minerals dredging is licensed by the Crown Estate which informs that no new or extended licences were issued in 1998, 2000, 2001 or 2002 off the coast of Norfolk. In 1999, revised licences were issued for Areas 436 and 202 so that the tonnage to be dredged was not increased. In 2003 an existing licence for Area 254 was extended for a further 15 years.

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Coastal Erosion (30 Oct 2003)

Keith Hill: The Crown Estate inform me that its Royalty Income from off the Norfolk Coast was: £ million 1998 4.44 1999 4.77 2000 6.16 2001 5.36 2002 5.29


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