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All 3 results for "crown estate" in the 'Written Answers' speaker:Lord Myners

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Written Answers — House of Lords: Great Scotland Yard (12 Nov 2009)

Lord Myners: Since the building was surrendered with vacant possession in November 2004, its attributable maintenance and safeguarding have averaged £30,000 p.a. The Crown Estate has plans for all of its unoccupied or part-used buildings, with specific asset plans for each individual property. Different options are being considered for the future of 3-5 Great Scotland Yard, and both timing and choice are...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Great Scotland Yard (27 Oct 2009)

Lord Myners: In view of the current state of repair and structural integrity of 3-5 Great Scotland Yard, the Crown Estate, which owns the building, believes that occupation could only be achieved through a redevelopment. However, given the current state of the property market, the potential end use of a redevelopment, the options for financing it and the associated costs all remain currently under review...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Great Scotland Yard (5 Oct 2009)

Lord Myners: The Crown Estate owns numbers 1 and 3-5 Great Scotland Yard. Number 1 Great Scotland Yard is a small 1,600 sq ft office building. The occupier is expected to vacate in the short term. The Crown Estate plans to refurbish the space after this and then re-let for office use. Number 3-5 Great Scotland Yard is a 30,000 sq ft former Ministry of Defence book depository. Potential uses for this...

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