§ Mr. Sweeney
To ask the Secretary of State for Wales what targets he has set for Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments executive agency. 
§ Mr. Gwilym Jones
Cadw has been set the following key targets for 1995–96:
- (i) To complete 90 per cent. of the approved conservation maintenance programme.
- (ii) To complete 60 resurvey lists.
- (iii) To resolve 75 per cent. of ad hoc listing cases within 17 weeks.
- (iv) To complete 110 scheduling actions, of which at least 70 per cent. involve additional protection.
- (v) To resolve 75 per cent. of listed building consent cases within four weeks, and 90 per cent. of cases within six weeks.
- (vi) To resolve 75 per cent. of scheduled monument consent cases within 13 weeks, and 90 per cent. of cases within 17 weeks.
- (vii) To resolve 80 per cent. of Historic Buildings grant applications within 17 weeks.
- (viii) To resolve 80 per cent. of Ancient Monument grant applications within six weeks.
- (ix) To pay 90 per cent. of properly presented claims for Historic Buildings and Ancient Monument grants within four weeks of receipt.
- (x) To achieve a market share of 63 per cent. of the number of visitors to the top 20 heritage sites in Wales.
- (xi) To increase the average income per visitor to 227.
- (xii) To operate within allocated programme and running cost budgets.
- (xiii) To achieve efficiency gains of at least 2 per cent.
Full details of Cadw's performance against its targets for 1995–96 will be published in the agency's annual report.