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Treasury written question – answered on 19th April 2004.

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Photo of Michael Weir Michael Weir Shadow Spokesperson (Trade and Industry), Shadow Spokesperson (Environment, Food and Rural Affairs), Shadow Spokesperson (Health)

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer under what powers the Crown Estate is entitled to charge a wayleave for a new bridge over the River South Esk at Montrose when a wayleave exists for the current bridge.

Photo of Ruth Kelly Ruth Kelly Financial Secretary, HM Treasury

holding answer 30 March 2004

No new charge is being made for a wayleave over the River South Esk at Montrose. The wayleave for the existing bridge covers both the temporary and the new bridges.

The charges that are being made are for the lease for land for the temporary bridge, and the sale of land for the new bridge.

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