§ Mr. Morley
This Department has policy responsibility for flood and coastal defence in England. Several schemes for managed realignment of the coastline have been undertaken since 1995 with some not requiring DEFRA approval when funding was not506W being sought. The Department is aware of the following schemes:
Scheme Led by Tollesbury, Essex Environment Agency Orplands, Essex Environment Agency Brancaster, Norfolk Environment Agency Freiston, The Wash Environment Agency Saltram, Devon Environment Agency Porlock, Somerset Environment Agency Thorngumbald, Humber Estuary Environment Agency Havergate Island, Suffolk Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Thornham Bay, Chichester Harbour Private landowners Brean, Somerset Wessex Water, National Trust and Avon Wildlife Trust
§ Mr. Jack
To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, pursuant to the answer of 26 February 2002,Official Report, column 1190W, to the hon. Member for City of York (Hugh Bayley) if she will break down the CAP information shown by county in England and Wales. 
§ Mr. Morley
The information requested is held on legacy systems which are neither flexible nor user friendly. A county breakdown is available for SCPS, BSPS, SPS, VCSPS, SAP & HFA schemes at the time of interrogation and is available in the Library of the House. It is not available for EPS. New flexible systems are being developed as part of the Rural Payment Agency change programme which should provide a range of statistical interrogation functions.