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Baroness Chalker of Wallasey: All American troops in the Bosnian Implementation Force (IFOR) will be under the direction and political control of the North Atlantic Council through the NATO chain of command.
Earl Ferrers: The aggregate of the bids for 1996-97 made by the county council and district councils in Berkshire is £16,341,000, of which £5,604,000 is from the county council. The Local Government Commission made no estimates for the structure proposed.
Earl Ferrers: Under Section 145 of the Water Industry Act 1991, water companies are prohibited from using rateable values as a basis of charging for water beyond 31 March 2000. However, on 4 April 1994, my right honourable friend the Secretary of State for the Environment announced that the legislation would be amended, at a suitable opportunity, to enable companies to continue the use of rateable values after that date.
Earl Ferrers: As indicated in my right honourable friend the Secretary of State's written reply to my honourable friend the Member for Taunton on 20 June 1995, a second list of candidate Special Areas of Conservation would be sent to the European Commission once points raised in the public consultation launched on 31 March had been considered and satisfactorily resolved. That list, which consists of 75 sites, including a first tranche of 10 marine sites, was sent to the Commission on 8 January.
Further sites will be forwarded to the Commission when the remaining points raised during consultation have been fully considered. Particular attention is being given to addressing general concerns raised by consultees about the possible designation of marine sites.
|Avon Gorge Woodlands||England|
|Bath and Bradford on Avon Bats||England|
|Burry Inlet: Saltmarsh and Estuary/Cilfach Burry: Cors heli ac Aber||Wales|
|Cardigan Bay/Bae Ceredigion||Wales|
|Carn nan Tri-Tighearnan||Scotland|
|Clyde Valley Woods||Scotland|
|Dornoch Firth and Morrich More||Scotland|
|Fenn's, Whixall, Bettisfield, Wem and Cadney Mosses||England/Wales|
|Folkestone to Etchinghill Escarpment||England|
|Fontmell and Melbury Downs||England|
|Gower Commmons/Tiroedd Comin Gwyr||Wales|
|Isles of Scilly Complex||England|
|Lleyn Peninsula and Sarnau/Pen Llyn a'r Sarnau||Wales|
|Loch Etive Woods||Scotland|
|Loch Lomond Woods||Scotland|
|Loch Maree Complex||Scotland|
|Lower Derwent Valley||England|
|Mole Gap to Reigate Escarpment||England|
|Moor House--Upper Teasdale||England|
|Morecambe Bay Pavements||England|
|North Meadow and Clattinger Farm||England|
|North Norfolk Coast and Gibraltar Point Dunes||England|
|Peak District Dales||England|
|Ronas Hill--North Roe||Scotland|
|Roudsea Wood and Mosses||England|
|Roydon Common and Dersingham Bog||England|
|Sidmouth to West Bay||England|
|South Dartmoor Woods||England|
|St. Alban's Head to Durlston Head||England|
|Strangford Lough||N. Ireland|
|Torrs Warren--Luce Sands||Scotland|
|Waveney and Little Ouse Valley Fens||England|
|Wormley Hoddesdonpark Woods||England|
|Wye Valley Woodlands/Coetiroedd Dyffryn Gwy||England/Wales|
|Wye Valley and Forest of Dean Bat Sites/Safloedd Ystlumod Dyffryn Gwy a Fforest Ddena||England/Wales|
The Chairman of Committees (Lord Boston of Faversham): The Supply and Service Agreement sets out the terms under which HMSO agrees to supply the House with printing and publishing services. The question whether the House should buy archive copies of Hansard on CD-ROM for supply to Members free of charge is a matter for the House.
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