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Tim Loughton: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister what arrangements are in place for a profit share between the South East England Development Agency and the developers Berkeley Group for the disposal proceeds of properties on the Ropetackle site in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex. 
Tim Loughton: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister what the anticipated net financial expenditure income is to the South East England Development Agency when all the disposals of properties on the Ropetackle site in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, have been completed. 
Tim Loughton: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister what the original budget for the development of the Ropetackle Site in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex was, when acquired by the South East England Development Agency. 
Tim Loughton: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister how much was paid by the South Eastern England Development Agency to (a) Adur council and (b) private landowners on acquisition of the Ropetackle site in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex; and what conditions were attached. 
(a) A cash sum was paid to Adur DC on condition that the South Eastern England Development Agency (SEEDA) bore the substantial cost of remediating the contaminated Ropetackle site and, in addition, undertook, under a section 106 agreement, to provide a community/arts facility within the development, completed to shell finish and in a state for fitting out.
(b) £301,000 has currently been paid to various third party land interests. Two of these are still subject to final compensation settlements which may be referred to the Lands Tribunal at a future date.
Yvette Cooper: The Government have welcomed the timely review undertaken by the National Radiological Protection Board which was published on 11 January. The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister is studying the recommendations and will respond once we have considered them fully. The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister's website will be updated as necessary in light of that response.
Joan Ruddock: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister what his policy is on the siting of telecommunication masts, including those serving the emergency services; and what account this policy takes of the precautionary principle. 
Yvette Cooper: Current planning guidance for all electronic communication developments, including those for the emergency services, is set out in Planning Policy Guidance Note 8 (revised) (PPG8). The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister has also issued a Code of Best Practice on Mobile Phone Network Development.
The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister's policy is based on the precautionary approach to the siting of mobile phone base stations recommended by the Independent Expert Group on Mobile Phones in 2000. This includes ensuring all base stations meet the international guidelines on public exposure set by the International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection (ICNIRP).
However, figures provided to the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister by the Mobile Operators' Association record that as at 30 September 2004 the total number of ground-based masts in the UK was 19,624. 4,291 of those had one or more sharer present.
Keith Hill: The Use Classes Order classifies dwelling houses as a C3 use class. This includes dwelling houses used by a single person, any number of persons living as a family, or by no more than six people living together as a single household. At present the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister has no plans to amend the Use Classes Order in respect of the C3 class.
Mr. George Osborne:
To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office how much her Department spent on
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(a) indoor bought plants, (b) indoor hired plants, (c) outdoor bought plants and (d) outdoor hired plants in each year since 1997. 
Mr. George Osborne: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office (1) what the cost of travel within the UK for the Cabinet Office was in each year since 1997; and how much of this was spent on (a) hire cars, (b) helicopter hire, (c) hotel accommodation and (d) subsistence; 
All official travel in my Department is undertaken strictly in accordance with the rules contained in the Cabinet Office Management Code. All ministerial travel is undertaken fully in accordance with the rules set out in the Ministerial Code and Travel by Ministers, copies of which are available in the Libraries of the House.
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