Electricity sourced from renewables (kWh) (percentage)
Total energy costs (£)
MFA Data in 2005-06 is for the w hole year, w e are unable to split the data before and after the Agency was formed. Key to table:
MFA--Marine Fisheries Agency
RPA--Rural Payments Agency
CEFAS--Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science
CSL--Central Science Laboratory
VLA--Veterinary Laboratories Agency
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To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what recent estimate he has made of the (a) potential annual rental and (b) total book value of the (i) empty and (ii) occupied residential properties owned by his Department. 
The Department's empty residential property has a combined potential annual rental value of £24,000. The Department's occupied residential property has a potential annual rental value of £222,100, which excludes a number of properties held as part of the letting of a larger holding.
The Department's empty residential property has a total book value of £207,000. The Department's occupied residential property has a total book value of £5,195,000.
Of those residential properties currently vacant, the houses are either actively being offered for sale or are already sold subject to contract.
To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs how much his Department and its agencies have spent on font licensing in the last three years. 
There has been no departmental spend on font licensing in the last three years.
Detailed spend on font licensing by DEFRA agencies is not held centrally and could be collated only at disproportionate cost.
To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for how many non-departmental public bodies his Department is responsible. 
Information on the number of non-departmental public bodies (NDPBs) sponsored by my Department is published in the annual Cabinet Office report-"Public Bodies". "Public Bodies 2009" is available online at:
Copies have been placed in the Libraries of the House.
Departmental Temporary Employment
To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs which companies were contracted by his Department for the provision of temporary staff in each of the last three years; how many temporary staff were employed by his Department in each such year; and what the monetary value was of contracts with each such company in each such year. 
Dan Norris [holding answer 22 February 2010]: The following tables provide information on the companies contracted for the provision of temporary staff in each of the last three years and the monetary value of the contracts with each company in each year. The number of temporary staff employed under these contracts is not held centrally and can be provided only at disproportionate cost.