§ Dr. Marek
To ask the Secretary of State for Defence pursuant to his oral answer of 23 November,Official Report, column 314, if he will place in the Library details of the intensity of low flying in each affected area.
§ Mr. Hanley
For administrative purposes, the United Kingdom is divided into a number of low-flying areas. Records are maintained of the amount of low flying conducted in each LFA but it is not my Department's practice to release this detailed information. Information is not available on the amount of low flying conducted within LFAs over particular locations, such as national parks. Low flying is conducted in areas of low population but, consistent with our policy of dispersing the activity as widely as possible, national parks are not specifically targeted for low flying.
§ Mr. Redmond
To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if he will supply the hon. Member for Don Valley with a current copy of the map showing the structure of the(a) day and (b) night low-flying system.
§ Mr. Hanley
I have arranged for a copy of the map showing the structure of the day low-flying system to be placed in the Library. A copy of the map showing the structure of the night low-flying system is already in the Library.