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Maritime and Coastguard Agency: Fees and Charges

Department for Transport written question – answered on 9th May 2016.

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Photo of Richard Burden Richard Burden Shadow Minister (Transport)

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what annual reserves the Maritime and Coastguard Agency accrued in fees from ship survey and inspection work in each year since 2000-01.

Photo of Robert Goodwill Robert Goodwill Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

The income the Maritime and Coastguard Agency has received for marine surveys in each year since 2000-01 is shown below:

Financial Year

£'000

2000/01

3,685

2001/02

3,455

2002/03

3,663

2003/04

3,708

2004/05

3,953

2005/06

4,115

2006/07

4,634

2007/08

4,669

2008/09

5,193

2009/10

5,513

2010/11

5,537

2011/12

5,260

2012/13

5,046

2013/14

5,519

2014/15

4,322

2015/16*

5,085

* Draft Figure (Subject to Audit)

Note that the income earned through fees is used to cover the costs of the work and surpluses are not accrued. The Maritime and Coastguard Agency, as a Government Agency, does not hold annual reserves.

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