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Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (22 Jul 2004)

Ruth Kelly: The Crown Estate annual report and accounts 2004 has only recently been completed and distributed. Final costs have not yet been determined.

Written Answers — Treasury: Departmental Accounting Practice (21 Jul 2004)

Ruth Kelly: ...Excise Ms Alison French None, but supported by a qualified and experienced team Government Actuary's Department Mrs Kirn Clegg Associate, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants The Crown Estate Mr John Lelliott Fellow, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants The Royal Mint Mr Huw Edwards Associate, Institute of Chartered Accountants Office for National...

Written Answers — Treasury: Wayleaves (19 Apr 2004)

Ruth Kelly: holding answer 30 March 2004 The Crown Estate has a statutory duty to obtain an appropriate return from its assets under section 1 (3) of The Crown Estate Act 1961. The Crown Estate is no different from any other landowner in the way it seeks payment for wayleaves or the way in which they are valued.

Written Answers — Treasury: Wayleaves (19 Apr 2004)

Ruth Kelly: holding answer 30 March 2004 The Crown Estate Act 1961, s.1(3) places a statutory duty on The Crown Estate Commissioners to maintain and enhance the value of The Crown Estate and the return obtained from it, but with due regard to the requirements of good management. A rental charge is being made for the lease of land for the temporary bridge because it is on Crown Estate foreshore and...

Written Answers — Treasury: Wayleaves (19 Apr 2004)

Ruth Kelly: ...is determined on a case-by-case basis through negotiation in accordance with professional valuation practice, with the respective local authority or its representative. As is laid down in the The Crown Estate Act 1961, no account is taken of monopoly value when valuing any Crown Estate asset.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Income (6 Nov 2003)

Ruth Kelly: ...Islands to the UK mainland for domestic purposes, are covered by the British Telecom Master Agreement, which is expressed as a lump sum payment. This agreement is negotiated between BT and the Crown Estate and covers not only cables, but also poles, struts, stays, joint boxes, etc. that cross land. Revenue (£ million) 1997 0.43 1998 0.58 1999 0.58 2000 0.65 2001...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Income (6 Nov 2003)

Ruth Kelly: Revenue paid to The Crown Estate for cables to Orkney, Shetland and other Scottish Islands from the UK mainland is calculated under the British Telecom Master Agreement. The revenue is not calculated for each specific piece of land that is crossed and therefore information for cables connecting individual Scottish Islands is not identifiable. I refer the hon. Gentleman to the answer I gave...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Income (27 Oct 2003)

Ruth Kelly: Since 1997 the following sums have been received by The Crown Estate. £ million Financial year(5) Revenue 1997 1.22 1998 1.63 1999 2.65 2000 3.54 2001 3.79 2002 4.98 2003 5.07 (5) To the 31 March

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Income (27 Oct 2003)

Ruth Kelly: Since 1997 the following sums have been received by The Crown Estate: £ Financial year(6) Revenue 1997 0 1998 0 1999 0 2000 0 2001 0 2002 2,500 2003 2,500 (6) To 31 March.

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

Ruth Kelly: Holding answer 19 November 2002 The Crown Estate cannot release figures relating to commercial leases without the prior consent of the Lessee. Consent is being sought and I will write to the hon. Member.

Written Answers — Treasury: Public Bodies (26 Nov 2001)

Ruth Kelly: ...table: Name of body Status of body Number of ministerial appointments Building Societies Commission(14) Part of the Registry of Friendly Societies (Government body) 8 Commissioners Crown Estate Commission Crown Office 8 Commissioners Financial Services Authority Private Company limited by Guarantee 14 Appointments Friendly Societies Commission(14) Part of the...


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