We play a significant role in unlocking the potential of the coast, sea and seabed for the benefit of the nationFind out more
Managing land on behalf of the nation
Across land, urban centres and the seabed, we're acting in the national interest for today and for future generations.
What we do
We're focused on supporting the UK towards a net zero carbon and energy secure future; nature recovery, creating inclusive communities; and supporting equality, economic growth and productivity.
We want to make a positive difference by creating vibrant and inclusive destinations and thriving communitiesFind out more
We aim to be a model of large-scale sustainable, diversified and integrated agricultural and environmental best practiceFind out more
With a unique blend of habitats, Windsor aims to be a model of excellence for environmental and ecological best practiceFind out more
Asset and Offshore Wind maps
The asset map gives details of our portfolio around the UK and the Offshore wind energy map shows the estimated total electricity being generated by offshore wind sites across the UK (Crown Estate Scotland manages Scottish sites).
The Crown Estate makes senior appointments to support UK’s nature recovery and transition to a net zero future
The Crown Estate has made two senior appointments as it accelerates delivery against its strategy to support the UK’s transition to a net zero, energy secure future, whilst also driving nature recovery and economic growth.
- The Crown Estate
The Crown Estate has announced that Sir Robin Budenberg CBE will extend his final term as Chair for up to a year. The process for the appointment of a new Chair will commence in due course.
Supply chain for Celtic Sea floating wind farms could power 5,000 new jobs and a £1.4bn boost for the economy
Up to 5,300 new jobs and up to £1.4 billion could be generated for the UK economy by galvanising the supply chain and infrastructure opportunities arising from the development of new floating wind farms.
The Crown Estate has concluded the Plan-Level Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) for Floating Offshore Wind Leasing Round 5 in the Celtic Sea.
- Property & Places
A centre for urban excellence is opening in the heart of London’s West End, offering an engaging environment for young people to explore, learn, and express themselves whilst revitalising urban space in central London.
The Crown Estate has commissioned the University of Exeter to conduct an evidence review of social impact assessments in the marine space to enhance understanding of how to deliver social value through its marine activities.