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Sara Wood appointed as Board Counsellor

Sara Wood has been appointed as a Board Counsellor for The Crown Estate with effect from 1 July 2021.

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The Crown Estate collaborates with Natural Environment Research Council and Defra to address the effect of offshore windfarms on marine ecosystems

A new research programme has been launched to address the critical gap in understanding how marine ecosystems will respond to the continued growth of offshore wind as the sector ramps up to deliver 40GW of offshore wind by 2030.

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The Crown Estate appoints Simon Harding-Roots as Managing Director for its London portfolio

The Crown Estate has appointed Simon Harding-Roots as Managing Director for its London portfolio.

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Three new test and demonstration floating wind projects in the Celtic Sea to progress to next stage

New floating wind technology in the UK has taken an important step forward with the announcement that 300MW of new projects, identified through The Crown Estate’s Test and Demonstration leasing opportunity, have been given the green light to progress to the next stage of assessment.

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In pursuit of net zero: new forum to unlock co-location opportunities for CCUS and offshore wind

The Crown Estate today announces the formation of the Offshore Wind and CCUS Co-location Forum which will identify the key challenges and opportunities associated with the co-location of Offshore Wind and Carbon Capture Usage and Storage (CCUS) infrastructure, as well as solutions to help make this a reality where needed

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The Crown Estate announces £269.3 million net revenue profit for 2020/21

The Crown Estate has today (24 June 2021) announced a net revenue profit of £269.3 million for the financial year 2020/21.

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The Crown Estate announces legal team moves

After 5 years as The Crown Estate’s General Counsel & Company Secretary, Rob Booth is to take up a new leadership role in The Crown Estate’s marine business, as Head of Assets.

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New Offshore Wind Environmental Evidence Register launched

The first ever UK-wide register of offshore wind environmental evidence gaps has been launched. This register has been developed by the Government’s Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC), in collaboration with the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and is funded by The Crown Estate through the Offshore Wind Evidence and Change Programme.

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