asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he still intends to retain the Land Authority for Wales; and, if so, for what purpose.
Yes. For the purpose of acquiring land in Wales which in its opinion needs to be made available for development, and of disposing of it to other persons—for development by them—at a time which is in the Land Authority's opinion appropriate to meet need.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what is the present annual remuneration of the chairman of the Land Authority for Wales; and how many days per week the chairman is expected to devote to his or her work as such.
£13,105. His duties as chairman are expected to occupy at least two and a half days a week.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales whether the present chairman of the Land Authority for Wales holds any other offices of profit under the Crown; and, if so, what is the annual remuneration received by the chairman in respect of each such office.
He is also the president of the Rent Assessment Panel for Wales, for which he receives a current annual salary of £8,168.