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Presentation by Dermot Grimson, head of external affairs, The Crown Estate at the CBI's energy conference. London, October 2009.

Presentation by Dermot Grimson, head of external affairs, The Crown Estate at the CBI's energy conference. London, October 2009.

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CBI Energy Conference: Dermot Grimson, head of external affairs, The Crown Estate Presentation Transcript

  • 1. The Crown Estate
    2008 Capital Value of £7.3bn
    Net revenue all paid to UK Treasury £200 Million +
    The Crown Estate is a landowner not a regulator. It is not part of Government but works closely with Government Departments, the devolved administrations, statutory bodies and other key stakeholders.
  • 2. The Crown Estate is an Estate in Land which includes:
    The Urban Estate: Substantial blocks of commercial and residential property including Regent Street & Pall Mall
    The Rural Estate: Approximately 110,000 hectares of agricultural land
    and ………
  • 3. The Marine Estate
    • Estates in land
    • 4. 30million hectares
    • 5. 22000km of coast line
    • 6. A responsibility to enhance the value of the Estates, subject to good management
    • 7. A monopoly
  • Offshore wind, wave and tidal programmes
  • 8. Offshore Wind Energy: GW on the table for 2020
  • 9. The Prize
    40 GW of energy from the UK waters from all programmes by 2020
    15% UK energy
    30% UK electricity
    UK energy security of supply
    Climate change targets
    Investment of £100 billion+
    Jobs: 60,000+
    Business development opportunities
  • 10. The Challenges
    Planning and consenting process
    Zone development plans
    Environmental Impact Assessment
    Infrastructure Planning Commission
    Scottish Government
    Grid
    Ports, harbours and manufacturing sites
    Supply chain: turbines and cables
  • 11.
  • 12. UK Offshore Wind Supply Chain Events 2010
    Aberdeen, Scottish Enterprise, 28th January
    Inverness, HIE, 2nd February
    Glasgow, Scottish Enterprise, 4th February
    Chester-le-Street, One North East, 17th February
    Yorkshire, Yorkshire Forward, 19th February
    SW Wales, Welsh Assembly Government, 8th-12th February
    South East England Development Agency, 22nd -26th February
    East of England Development Agency, 3rd March
    Bristol, South West Renewables Development Agency, 9th March
    Liverpool, North West Development Agency, 11th March
    Belfast, Invest NI, 16th March
    London, 22nd-27th March