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All 7 results for "crown estate" in the 'Written Answers' speaker:Andrew Smith

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Written Answers — Treasury: Resource Accounts (30 Apr 2002)

Andrew Smith: ... — 5061 30 March 2001 29 March 2001 -1 Central Office for Information 190 — 31 January 2001 19 April 2001 54 Charity Commission 191 — 31 January 2001 28 March 2001 40 Crown Estate 192 — 31 January 2001 19 April 2001 54 Crown Prosecution Service 193 — 31 January 2001 30 March 2001 42 Customs & Excise 165 — 31 January 2001 31 January...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (11 Dec 2001)

Andrew Smith: holding answer 27 November 2001 The Crown Estate spent the following on corporate hospitality: Year £ (a) 1998–99 9,198 (b) 1999–2000 12,173 (c) 2000–01 135,415 This figure includes costs for special receptions to mark the millennium, held for Crown Estate tenants. These comprised a garden party in the Windsor Estate for some 1,500 guests, and a dinner in Stirling...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (11 Dec 2001)

Andrew Smith: holding answer 6 December 2001 The Crown Estate contributes to activities related to land and property management and figures for these contributions are supplied: Year £ (a) 1998–99 26,450 (b) 1999–2000 45,896 (c) 2000–01 72,730 (d) 2001–02(7) 37,431 (7) Predicted to date These activities include items such as contributions to the cost to the Marine...

Written Answers — Treasury: Wind-powered Electricity (15 Oct 2001)

Andrew Smith: The Blyth Offshore Wind Farm is currently the only offshore wind-powered electricity generating station. In previous financial years the Crown Estate has received no income from this source; during the current financial year it has been paid £2,500 base rent and is due 0.5 per cent. of the Gross Turnover for the first Turnover period or (if greater) £2,500.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners (11 Jul 2001)

Andrew Smith: While the Crown Estate has, at the council's request, provided some historic information about its own mooring charges, it has afforded no assistance, financial or otherwise, to the council in the preparation of its case to the Court of Appeal. The Crown Estate has, however, sought leave to intervene in the hearing in its own right, given its legitimate interest in the matters of principle...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners (11 Jul 2001)

Andrew Smith: The Crown Estate owns the foreshore and bed of the tidal stretch of the river, but has no statutory duty to maintain it and no expenditure has been committed. Maintenance of the river bed and foreshore is the responsibility of the Lymington harbour commissioners, who manage the river as a small trust port in accordance with the Lymington Pier and Harbour Order 1951. The Crown has assisted the...

Written Answers — Treasury: Recreational Clubs (27 Jun 2001)

Andrew Smith: The Crown Estate has as its tenants a large variety of recreational clubs across its marine, rural and urban estates, including yacht clubs, golf clubs and athletic clubs. The rents paid by such clubs, and any increases, are dependent upon the terms of the lease, market conditions and comparable land uses, and are settled on a case-by- case basis.


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