§ Mr. Kaufman
To ask the Secretary of State for Wales if he will set out for each of the next steps agencies in his Department, whether they have acquired their own headquarters buildings and, if so, at what purchase cost or annual rental; how many support staff they have required which were not required when their operations were within his Department; how many of them publish periodical journals and at what annual cost; how many have fleets of executive cars or single executive cars and at what annual cost; how many have specially designed logos and at what cost; how many have corporate clothing and at what cost; and what is the cost of specially designed and printed corporate stationery.
§ Mr. Redwood
CADW: Welsh Historic Monuments is the Welsh Office's sole wholly-owned, executive agency. The body's corporate identity was established in 1984 when it was launched as a discrete management unit in its own headquarters, where it remains. No additional costs arose in this area when the agency was vested in April 1991. However, four additional support staff were required. A uniform or protective clothing is provided for some staff, but no additional costs arose from agency status. A newsletter is provided for members of Heritage in Wales—a subscription scheme which allows admission to CADW sites without further charge. The agency does not provide executive cars.