Whether you are a Landlord seeking to let your property or a tenant
seeking to take a leaseCompulsory Purchase
If a public development affects
your property by taking all, part or even none of it, then you should engage the
services of a Chartered Surveyor. bValued can represent you in the early stages
of a compulsory purchase including at public inquiry. Also bValued can act for
public authorities, who may require an expert witness to deal with objectors.
Once though a compulsory purchase order has been confirmed you will be looking
for a favourable settlement as regards compensation and accommodation works.
Arthur Bletchly has much
relevant experience and will be pleased to act for you, even if this means
representing you at Land Tribunal.
Five useful free booklets are
DTLR Free Literature, PO Box
236, Wetherby, West Yorkshire, LS23 7NB
Tel: 0870 1226 236, Fax: 0870 1226 23, E Mail:
Booklet 1 - Compulsory Purchase Procedure
Booklet 2 - Compensation To Business Owners And Occupiers
Booklet 3 - Compensation To Agricultural Owners And Occupiers
Booklet 4 - Compensation To Residential Owners And Occupiers
Booklet 5 - Mitigation Works
There may be circumstances where
your property is blighted by some future proposal by a public body to do works
or perhaps its planning potential has been removed: either way bValued can
advise you concerning the service of a blight or purchase notice.
If your property is affected by
a new public utility such as an overhead cable or underground pipeline then
again bValued can advise you concerning the proposed wayleave.
Case Studies – work done by
A new road was
built on a former railway line, which served as an access to a private tip,
which had potential for development after tipping ceased. That potential
could not be agreed. Neither could the accommodation works. The value was
also disputed. The matter was due to be heard by Land Tribunal but was
agreed at the "last minute" for an amount considerably less than had been
claimed.Arthur Bletchly was acting for the local authority.
road was built through a fish farm causing considerable disturbance.
Compensation for land taken, injurious affection to retained land and
disturbance was agreed with the claimant's agent.