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Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners (25 Jun 2009)

Alex Salmond: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, (1) if he will list the names and locations of structures sited on Crown Estate land but not owned by the Crown Estate to which repair work has been carried out by the Crown Estate; (2) what duty the Crown Estate has to maintain and repair structures located on land owned by the Crown Estate where these contribute towards coastal protection; (3) if...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estates: Parliamentary Questions (22 Oct 2009)

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.

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: 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: Crown Estate (31 Mar 2003)

Mr Paul Boateng: I am satisfied that the Crown Estate Commissioners exercise their statutory duties under the Crown Estate Act in the light of the commercial environment faced by Crown Estate tenants and the requirements of good management. Crown Estate and Treasury officials meet periodically to discuss matters of mutual interest.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners: Manufacturing Industries (27 Feb 2012)

Chloe Smith: The Crown Estate Act 1961 allows the Crown Estate to hold only land, real property and cash. The Crown Estate holds no manufacturing or engineering assets and receives no direct income from businesses of these kinds. The Crown Estate receives rents from some tenants which operate in these fields, eg wind farms.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners (7 May 2014)

Jeremy Browne: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) how many Crown Estate houses the Crown Estate plans to sell; (2) what discussions his Department has had with the Crown Estate on selling houses; (3) how many houses the Crown Estate is proposing to sell in Taunton Deane.

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Offshore Wind Farms (14 Oct 2003)

Stephen Timms: The Crown Estate owns the seabed around the United Kingdom to the limit of the territorial sea. The Crown Estates Act 1961 requires The Crown Estate Commissioners to maintain and enhance the value of the Estate and the return obtained from it, with due regard to the requirements of good estate management. Companies entering into lease agreements for wind farm developments with the Crown...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Dredging (15 Jan 2004)

Keith Hill: While my right hon. Friend the Deputy Prime Minister is responsible for determining the environmental consents which are needed to support marine dredging licences issued by the Crown Estate, he has no responsibility for the Crown Estate itself or for its royalty revenues from marine minerals dredging. I refer the hon. Member to the answer given on 30 October 2003, Official Report, column...

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

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) how much income has been received by the Crown Estate from wind-powered electricity generating installations situated offshore in the 2001–02 financial year; (2) how much income was received by the Crown Estate from wind-powered electricity generating installations situated offshore in (a) 1996–97, (b) 1997–98, (c) 1998–99, (d) 1999–2000...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners: Assets (19 Dec 2017)

Andrew Jones: In accordance with The Crown Estate Act 1961, The Crown Estate is a body independent of government and the Monarch. The Crown Estate operates commercially at arm’s length from the Treasury. The Chancellor has therefore not made an estimate of the potential effect of the UK leaving the EU on the value of The Crown Estate’s assets.

Written Answers — Treasury: Fort Kinnaird: Sales (26 Jun 2018)

Robert Jenrick: 90B(3) of the Scotland Act 1998 stipulated that assets held in joint venture structures, rather than by The Crown Estate alone, were not included in the transfer to Scottish Ministers. The Crown Estate held a 50% interest in the Gibraltar English Limited Partnership, with the remainder held by the Hercules Unit Trust, advised by British Land. The Crown Estate operates independently from...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Energy: Wind Farms (16 Jun 2011)

Lord Berkeley: ...'s Government, further to the Written Answer by Lord Sassoon on 18 May (WA 340), what guidance is given to companies seeking to develop offshore wind farms to assess the charges to be levied by the Crown Estate; how the scope for exports and competition within the energy industry affects the revenue to the Crown Estate; and how they intend to fix the long-term grant to the Royal Family...

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 — House of Lords: Energy: Tidal Generation (28 Oct 2009)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: The officials in the department are in regular contact with the Crown Estate on issues relating to marine energy and the Crown Estate is participating in the development of the marine action plan which the Government announced as part of the UK renewable energy strategy. It is for the Crown Estate to decide when it announces the results of the Pentland Firth licensing round, taking into...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners (21 Feb 2012)

Chloe Smith: The Crown Estate is principally a commercial organisation. Under the Crown Estate Act 1961 it is tasked with maintaining and enhancing the value of the estate and the return obtained from it 'but with due regard to the requirements of good management'. The annual surplus income is paid to the Exchequer. The Crown Estate can only promote volunteering and community and social action programmes...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate (10 Oct 2005)

John Healey: We have made no such assessment. The Crown Estate Commissioners exercise their statutory duties under the Crown Estate Act in the light of the commercial environment faced by Crown Estate tenants and the requirements of good management.

Written Answers — Treasury: Scottish Salmon Farming (Crown Estate) (20 Jul 2006)

John Healey: The Crown Estate has a three year programme of measures to support the Scottish salmon industry with investment of £600,000. The Crown Estate is also supporting the aquaculture industry through its Marine Stewardship Programme with £100,000 annual contributions to the Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum over the same period. In addition, the Crown Estate supports some individual research...

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: Marine Stewardship (21 Oct 2004)

Stephen Timms: Future levels of Crown Estate expenditure are a matter for the Crown Estate Commissioners. I am however informed by the Chief Executive that the Crown Estate has allocated around £800,000 for the Marine Stewardship Fund this year (2004–05), which does not include £300,000 per annum earmarked for this year and next to support salmon farming in Scotland.


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