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Sarah McCarthy-Fry: The Crown Estate does not own any foreshore or seabed around the entirety of Canvey Island.
Sarah McCarthy-Fry: Employees of The Crown Estate are not civil servants.
Sarah McCarthy-Fry: Expenditure on hotel accommodation for Crown Estate officials in the last five years is as follows: £000 2004-05 25 2005-06 23 2006-07 40 2007-08 43 2008-09 87
Sarah McCarthy-Fry: The Crown Estate has not redesigned any websites it operates since 27 June 2007.
Sarah McCarthy-Fry: The Crown Estate has made two payments to Political Developments Limited in the last 12 months, one for £562.50 on 10 June 2009, and another for £4,033.75 on 7 August 2009. Both relate to media relations and engagement in respect of land-use issues with local authorities in and around the Luton area, where the Crown Estate has a major landholding. The work was not undertaken as part of a...
Sarah McCarthy-Fry: The Crown Estate's role is defined by statute through The Crown Estate Act 1961. Treasury Ministers answer parliamentary questions on Crown Estate issues covering England, Wales and Northern Ireland, on the advice of the Crown Estate Office. The Secretary of State for Scotland handles matters dealing with The Crown Estate in Scotland.
Sarah McCarthy-Fry: Crown Estate land comprises extensive urban, rural, foreshore and seabed interests. It does not keep an ownership record of all the structures, including piers and harbours, on its land. The Crown Estate does not erect structures on the foreshore and seabed on its land. It permits third parties to do so by granting leases. Such leases normally oblige tenants to repair structures on the land...
Sarah McCarthy-Fry: In relation to piers, the Crown Estate has spent £17,649.98 in connection with works at the Generator Pier, Newburgh in Fife dating between May 2007 and May 2009. As far as harbours are concerned, the Crown Estate has spent £2,291,000 in the last five years as follows: £000 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 River Hamble, investment in and maintenance of mooring...