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Inquiry Status: closed - Report published.
During its inquiry to the Scotland Bill, the Scottish Affairs Committee received a significant amount of evidence identifying concerns with the administration of the Crown Estate in Scotland. On 17 February 2011 the Committee announced that it would conduct an inquiry in to the Crown Estate in Scotland The Crown Estate Commissioners (CEC) are a public body responsible for the management of the Crown properties and property rights known as the Crown Estate.
The Scottish Affairs Committee discusses the Government's response to its report
MPs warn on "major issues" in Crown Estate Commissioner's management of marine and coastal assets
Scottish Affairs Committee also hears from Economic Secretary Chloe Smith
The Scottish Affairs Committee takes evidence on Monday 12 December 2011
On Monday 31 October from 1.30pm in The Banqueting Hall at Glasgow City Chambers
The Scottish Affairs Committee invites further views on the Crown Estate regarding community dividends
The Scottish Affairs Committee is to visit the Shetland Islands, Orkney Islands and Caithness
The Crown Estate Commissioners (CEC) are a public body responsible for the management of the Crown properties and property rights known as the Crown Estate.
The Scottish Affairs Committee meets organisations in Inverness to discuss the Crown Estate in Scotland
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