Funding for the Sovereign Grant comes from a percentage of the profits of the Crown Estate revenue (initially set at 15%). The grant will be reviewed every five years by the Royal Trustees (the Prime Minister, the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Keeper of the Privy Purse), and annual financial accounts will continue to be prepared and published by the Keeper of the Privy Purse.
The Crown Estate’s expectation is that the first two of these steps will be taken following engagement with the Preferred Bidders. Update (July 2022) On 21st April 2022, The Crown Estate gave notice to the UK and Welsh Governments of its intent to proceed with the Offshore Wind Leasing Round 4 plan on the basis of a ‘derogation’, following the plan-level Habitats Regulations Assessment.
01/12/2022 · A Catalina couple fighting to gain title to the land where they lived for 40 years aren’t alone in their plight, according to three real estate experts who say soon, even more people in ...
10/10/2022 · The Crown Estate has changed the “Areas of Search” for the development of floating offshore wind in the Celtic Sea, as part of the work toward holding a seabed leasing round for 4 GW of floating wind next year. Following the announcement in July of five broad “Areas of Search”, the Crown Estate has now […]
A Web App by The Crown Estate for displaying Title and Ownership data for The Crown Estate Coastal Portfolio.
About The Crown Estate. The Crown Estate is a unique business with a diverse portfolio that stretches across the country. It includes some of London’s best places to work, shop and experience, regional retail and leisure destinations, and a substantial rural portfolio.
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