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All 2 results for "crown estate" in the 'Written Answers' speaker:Jonathan R Shaw

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Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Dredging (18 Mar 2008)

Jonathan R Shaw: DEFRA do not record detailed statistical information pertaining to the export of marine aggregates since this is generated for, and kept by, the Crown Estate. Exports of marine aggregates from UK licensed areas account for about one-third of the total production. It is important to note that this material is not extracted from the UK coastline, but from licensed offshore dredging areas...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Dredging (9 Oct 2007)

Jonathan R Shaw: ...the extraction of sand and gravel from the seabed to be landed for use in construction or beach maintenance) rather than dredging more generally. I will therefore confine my answer to this area. The Crown Estate, as landowner up to 12 miles offshore and the owner of the rights to non-energy minerals within the UK continental shelf and beyond, issues licences to dredge for marine minerals....

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