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BEI
II
AIDES
DONS
6.687
D E M A N D E S
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S U B S I D E S
E T E R R E _ P A Y S _ G A L L E S _ 1 9 7 9 - 1 9 8 0 |
FONDS
BEI
SOUS FONDS
AIDES DONS
COTE DOSSIERS :
6.687
TITRE DOSSIERS :
DEMANDES SUBSIDES
SOUS_DOSSIERS :
3_ANGLETERRE_PAYS_GALLES
SOUS S DOSSIERS:
DATES :
1979-1980
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Department of the Environment N1 V A 2 Marsham Street London SW1
TcUphon· 01-212 3434
CD/NO
D i r e c t Line 01-212 5667
01684
20 F e b r u a r y I98O
Richard Ross Esq
The Vice-President
European Investment Bank
2 Place de Metz
Luxembourg
Thank you for your letter of 6 February.
I have told our Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Mr Marcus Fox, of the
Management Committee's generous offer of assistance and he has asked me to thank
you for this most thoughtful and spontaneous demonstration of concern.
We propose to distribute your donation, with the relief provided by the
Commission of the European Communities, to the district councils in South West
England who will in turn distribute it to the householders in their areas whose
dwellings were flooded. In this way the people who suffered the distress and
hardship will have tangible evidence of sympathy.
I hope this proposal will be acceptable to your Coimnittee,
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Department o f t h e Environment
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2 Marsham Street London S W 1
Talaphon· 01-212 3 4 3 4
OD/NO
01684
Direct Line 01-212 5667
20 February I98O
Richard Ross Esq
The Vice-President
European Investment Bank
2 Place de Metz
Luxemb o\u:g
Thank you for your letter of 6 February.
I have told our Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Mr Marcus Fox, of the
Management Committee's generous offer of assistance and he has asked me to thank
you for this most thoughtful and spontaneous demonstration of concern.
We propose to distribute your donation, with the relief provided by the
Commission of the European Communities, to the district councils in South West
England who will in turn distribute it to the householders in their areas whose
dwellings were flooded. In this way the people who suffered the distress and
hardship will have tangible evidence of sympathy.
I hope this proposal will be acceptable to your Coraoittee.
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TELEX: 49228
CD/NO.
01596
13 February 19Θ0
Richard Ross Esq
Vice-Presi dent
European Investment Bank
2, Place De Metz
LUXEMBOURG
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On behalf of the United Kingdom Govemment and, in particular, the
Secretary of State for Wales, I am writing to thank you for your letter
of 5 February telling me that the Bank have decided to make a grant of
£10,000 for relief expenditure to help those who suffered during the
recent floods in South Wales.
This help from the Bank will, I know,
be greatly appreciated by the people whose homes were flooded.
I see no problem in distributing the money in the way you suggest as with the help made available by the Commission of the European
Communities, it will all be used for direct assistance to the people most
severely affected.
We should like to make a public announcement about the Bank's
generous gesture and are considering how this can best be done.
I will
keep you informed of the action we are taking.
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BANQUE EUROPEENNE D'INVESTISSEMENT
AG-Secrétariat
Luxembourg, le 13 février 1980
CS/jm
NOTE A MONSIEUR EQUINET
Objet : inondations au Pays de Galles et en Angleterre subside octroyé par le Comité de Direction
Référence : note AG/58 du 31.1.1980
procès-verbal CD 17 - PE 4 des 30 et 31.1.1980
En ce qui concerne le subside de £15 000 décidé par le
Comité de Direction, je ne souhaiterais pas modifier à ce stade
le procès-verbal déjà signé, mais je vous confirme, pour le bon
ordre du dossier, que la décision du Comité de Direction s'applique
tout aussi bien aux inondations dans le sud-ouest de l'Angleterre
qu'à celles au Pays de Galles.
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BANQUE EUROPEENNE D'INVESTISSEMENT
Luxembourg, le 12 février 1980
CS/jm
NOTE A MONSIEUR EQUINET
Objet : inondations au Pays de Galles et en Angleterre en décembre 1979
subsides décidés par le Comité de Direction
Référence : Procès-verbal CD 17-PE 4/80
Ma note du 8 février 1980
Me référant au subside de £15 000 décidé par le Comité de
Direction, dont £5 000 pour les inondations dans le sud-ouest de
l'Angleterre, je vous prie de faire payer le montant de cinq mille
livres sterling au compte :
"Paymaster General's Cash Account, No. 25021001"
auprès du "Bank of England Drawing Office" avec la mention
"for the credit of A/C 14227 - local environmental services
England - Donation from the European Investment Bank".
E. Greppi
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CD 27 - FE 4 / 1980
ZO e t 32 J a n v i e r 2980
5- Aide aux populations sinistrées
Au vu des notes AG/80-53 du 25 janvier 1980, AG/80-54 du 28 janvier 1980 et
AG/80-58 du 31 janvier 1980 proposant 1 Oct:roi d'une aide aux populations sinistrées de la province de Messine, de la Réunion et du Pays de Galles, le Comité de Direction décide l'octroi de
- Lit. 50 millions pour la province de Messine,
- FF- 250 000 pour la Réunion,
- Lst. 15 000 pour le Pays de Galles.
Le Comité de Direction décide que les dépenses de cette nature ne sont pas â
comptabiliser comme frais de fonctionnement de la Banque mais â traiter dans une
rubrique particulière du budget et du rapport sur les dépenses. Une communication en ce sens sera faite au Conseil d'Administration à sa réunion de mars 1980.
POUR PHOTOCOPIÉ
CONFORME
Instructions from Mr. Seward for payment of monies
Money for South-West England relief
Pay to Bank of England account No. 25021001
for credit to
PMG 14227 - local environmental services - England
Money for Wales
Pay to Bank of England account No. 25021001
for credit to
PMG 14652 - other environmental services - Wales
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BANQUE EUROPEENNE D'INVESTISSEMENT
Luxembourg, le 8 février 1980
NOTE A MONSIEUR EQUINET
Objet : inondations au Pays de Galles et en Angleterre en décembre 1979
subsides décidés par le Comité de Direction
Référence : Procès-verbal CD 17-PE 4/80
Suivant la clé de répartition adoptée par la Commission,
qui a octroyé une contribution de 400 000 u.c., le subside de £15 000
sera attribué pour £10 000 au Pays de Galles et pour £ 5 000 au sud-ouest
de l'Angleterre.
Veuillez payer le montant de dix milles livres sterling
au compte :
"Paymaster General's Cash Account , No. 25021001"
auprès du "Bank of England Drawing Office" avec la mention
"For the credit of A/C 14652 - Other environmental services
Wales - Donation from the European Investment Bank".
Les coordonnés du compte pour le paiement du subside pour
l'Angleterre vous seront communiqués dans quelques jours.
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EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BANK
THE
VICE-PRESIDENT
Luxembourg, 6 F e b r u a r y 1980
CD/No. ρ ,:
.CS/jm
Mr. D.J. BURR
Under Secretary
Housing, Water and Central Finance
Department of the Environment
LONDON
Dear Mr. BURR,
I have pleasure in informing you that the Management Committee
of the European Investment Bank has decided to make a grant of
£5 000 for relief expenditure after the recent severe flooding in
South West England.
We would like the money to be distributed to the same
beneficiaries and on the same criteria as the grant made for the
same purpose by the Commission of the European Communities, i.e. for
direct assistance to the people most severely affected and for public
works designed to protect human life.
Arrangements are being made for the payment of this sum
to the appropriate account. .
It would be appreciated if at a later stage you could
report to us on the use to which the money has been put.
Yours sincerely,
C. R. ROSS
Richard Ross
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TELEPHONE:
2. P L A C E
DE METZ,
LUXEMBOURG
BOITE POSTALE
E005
43.S0.11 T E L E X : 2 2 2 B A N K E U R O L - T E L E G R A P H I C A D D R E S S : BAN KEU R O P - L U X E M B O U R G
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EUROPEAN
THE VICE-PRESIDENT
INVESTMENT
BANK
Luxcmbourg, 5 F e b r u a r y , J 9 8 0
CD/No
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Mr. P.J. HOSEGOOD
Under Secretary
Welsh Office
CARDIFF
Dear Mr. HOSEGOOD,
I have pleasure in informing you that the Management Committee
of the European Investment Bank has decided to make a grant of
£10 000 for relief expenditure after the recent severe flooding in
South Wales.
We would like the money to be distributed to the same
beneficiaries and on the same criteria as the grant made for the
same purpose by the Commission of the European Communities, i.e. for
direct assistance to the people most severely affected and for public
works designed to protect hximan life. Arrangements are being made for
the money to be paid via the Paymaster General's cash account at the
Bank of England.
It would be appreciated if at a later stage you could report
to us on the use to which the money has been put.
Yours sincerely,
C. R. ROSS
Richard Ross
TELEPHONE:
E. P L A C E
DE METZ.
LUXEMBOURG
— BOITE POSTALE
Z005
43.BO.I1 T E L E X : 2 2 2 B A N K E U R O L - T E L E G R A P H I C A D D R E S 5 : BAKfKEURO P-LUXEM B O U R O
31 January 1980
AG/80-58/CS/jm
EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BANK
AG/Secretariat
NOTE TO THE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
Flood damage in South Wales and South West England
Subject :
In serious flooding in South Wales and South West England on 28
and 29 December 1979 millions of pounds worth of damage was done and
a total of 9 people lost their lives (see press cutting attached).
The Commission has granted 400 000 u.a. for flood relief.
AG proposes that the Management Committee make a grant for
flood relief of £ 15 000 (BF. 952 500).
E. Gréppi
To :
Messrs.
Le Portz, President
Steffe,
Bombasse!,
Esselens,
Ross, Vice-Presidents
Copies to :
Messrs. Hitzlberger, Equinet, PM
Annex
Annex to Note AG/80-58/CS/jm
December 29 .1««(Γ / Ά ΐ ΐ
The Guardian
Aid pledge aL^Îitioiiping up
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brings, putì the opportunists," worth ..of flood damage ' in The spokesman a1$o ^.revealed
By Dennis Johnson *
.said a policé.sp'okesinan..Police Soutti Wales a spokesman for that a multirn(illUon' ' pound
an4 J>aul Johnson . * · . .
are also Jceçplng·« close watch the- Welsh Water Authority flood defence «cheni(| tp protect
SouVh'-NVales and the ,South- on houses in the city that have said: last Jtlght that it was Cardiff is -due to "hetia some
west of England yere mopping been evacuated.a(ter-^tensive cheaper, to run the risk · of time next year.
freu flooding than build c<)m- . As'South Wales counted the
up yesterday after Thursday's flood darnagp.n. \.'i '-.^'.
cost of the worst flooding for
freak siormq and rsubscquent " À fire/ivbich)' broke out prehensive water defeqces. r '
two decades the Department of
floods,' which left nine people aboaril a-gas tanker'.'when'Üt -••"Flood defences are like .in- the
announced
dead and hundreds of homes was sheltering from the storm ' surance : it is sensible to have that Environmcint
Government would
wrecked.
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off .Berry-Head,:Deypn, was insurance but· nobody is going supplythelimited
aid ^° to the
. to pay to. be. insured against
As attempts began to assess
being hit by a flylnjg çlephant. worst-hit local authorities.
the scale of the. damage— . Tanker ' - abandoned •' - aqd Thatis the equivalent to what
Using a forniula established
expected \o run into many mil· .,'
pictures, hack' page :•••'• .-has happened to us In South after the heavy snowfalls of j
lions
of
pounds—the
Ï978. the Government will pay
Government announced that still but of control Mast nlgljt
75 per cent. of cost incurred
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a penny.rate has been
«fforls by fire fighting ', quiries into the effectiveness uf after
local authorities most severely despite
levied by jthe authority
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and
salvage
crews.
-The
;flood
defences
indicated
that
affected.
After a tour of the worst-hit
Spanish-rfgistered tanker, the they had worked satisfactorily.
Police reinforcements ' were Butascis, was being held ^y a ,'.: Iiyç.cunnot.iyet bç sure but areas in South Wales the Sec- '
drafted .into Cardiff city cpntrç •lowline four'iniles out .to''sea,' , this msy^oe'· the sort of disas- retary of State, Mf Nicholas
last night after- reports that where it was taken because, of t£r that strikps qnly'oriqe every •Edwards, said that the Welsh
flood-damaged shops had'been the risk that 'its 740 toiis. of 'century.' >If.' that' 1$ 'ine ' case· Office would be. rpQiisid.ering
looted. " We are keeping an liquid ' ^butane -' g^a . would ihen -it'i :-jimjsly, not MOrth further aid, "" '
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around-the-clock vigil,. because -explode, s.
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