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Fishing Vessels

Volume 128: debated on Wednesday 2 March 1988

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To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food how many applications were received, and what proportion were successful, for grants under European Economic Community regulation 4028/86 for fishing vessel construction and modernisation in local regions.

To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food how many applications were received from each port in the United Kingdom for grants under EEC regulation 4028/86 for fishing vessel construction and modernisation.

The following is the information requested:

EC Regulation 4028/86—First round—Applications received
Number
England
Grimsby6
Hull5
North Shields2
Sunderland1
Blyth1
Holy Island1
Whitby2
Scarborough3
Bridlington5
Lowestoft1
Folkestone3
Portsmouth2
Lymington2
Eastbourne1
Weymouth1
Brixham3
Salcombe2
Newlyn9
Padstow1
Looe1
Fleetwood3
Maryport1
56
Scotland
Stornoway4
Grimsay1
Whalsay1
Lerwick8
Hamnavoe1
Scalloway3
Kirkwall2
Skerries1
Westray1
Benbecula1
Mallaig3
Sheildaig1
Lochinver5
Portmahomack1
Scalpay1
Kinlochbervie3
Wick3
Helmsdale1
Broadford1
Brora1
Balintore1
Fraserburgh16
Buckie12
Banff1
Peterhead20
Aberdeen11
Macduff8
Thurso1
Gourdon1
Whitehills2
Lossiemouth1
Eyemouth8
Leith1
Arbroath1
Girvan1
Ayr10
Campbeltown4
Carradale3
Tayvallich1

Number

Kirkcudbright6
Tobermory2
Anstruther1
Pittenweem1
156

Northern Ireland

Kilkeel27
Portavogie18
Ardglass3
Coleraine1
Donaghadee1
Groomsport1
Ballycastle1
Islandmagee1
Cushendall1
54

Wales

Holyhead3
Milford Haven9
Port Talbot1
Swansea2
15