§ Mrs. Lait
To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport if she will list those individuals and organisations(a) to whom (i) her Department, (ii) its executive agencies and (iii) the non-departmental public bodies for which her Department is responsible sent a copy of the consultations (A) Review of lottery funding: a consultation paper on Lottery distribution policy, (B) New services: BBC public consultation final report and (C) Draft Media Ownership (Local Radio) Order 2003 and (b)from who each received a response in each case. 37W
§ Mr. Caborn
The individuals and organisations to which the DCMS sent a copy of the relevant consultation and the responses in each case are shown as follows:
(A) Review of lottery funding: a consultation paper on Lottery Distribution Policy:
- (a) Sport England, the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Community Fund, the New Opportunity Fund, Awards For All, Arts Council England, The Film Council, UK Sport, Local Authorities, Members of Parliament, Regional Cultural Consortiums, Lottery Monitor, National Lottery Commission, Devolved Administrations and The Millennium Commission all received copies of this Consultation. The document was also made available on the Department's website.
- (b) A list of those individuals and, where indicated, organisations who commented on this consultation will be placed in the Libraries of both Houses.
(B) New services: BBC public consultation final report:
- (a) 'New services: BBC public consultation final report' is not a Departmental Publication and was not sent by the Department to any individuals or organisations.
(C) Draft Media Ownership (Local' Radio) Order 2003:
- (a) Commercial Radio Companies Association (CRCA), the ITC and the Radio Authority received copies of the Draft Media Ownership (Local Radio) Order 2003.
- (b) Comments were received from CRCA and the Radio Authority.
Information relating to the distribution of these documents by the Department's (ii) executive agencies and (iii) the non-departmental public bodies for which DCMS is responsible is not held centrally and could be provided only at disproportionate cost.