Many land and property owners will experience compulsory purchase, at some stage, whether it involves the acquisition of land, works or new wayleaves or the installation of a new pipeline. In all cases it is important that expert advice is sought at the earliest stage.
- Part 1 Land Compensation Act 1973
- Network Rail access agreements
- Gas and oil pipelines
- Water and sewer schemes
- Overhead and underground electricity lines
- Highway or flood alleviation schemes
- Fibre optic cables
- Telecommunication cables and apparatus
- Borrow pits and contractors compounds
Weldon Beesly are currently in the process of submitting claims, under ‘Part 1’ compensation (where no land is taken) to Stansted Airport Ltd, on behalf of claimants in the following; Great Hallingbury, Little Hallingbury, Birchanger, Burton End, Start Hill and Takeley. Further information can be found on the dedicated website Stansted Expansion.
If you are interested in claiming please fill out our contact form. We will then make contact with you to organise a no obligation meeting to discuss how we can deal with your claim.
A120 Little Hadham Bypass
If your property will be affected by the new A120 Little Hadham bypass you may be eligible to claim compensation under Part 1 of the Land Compensation Act 1973. We would like to act on behalf of property owners affected by this scheme. The claim window is due to open in the Spring of 2020 however, if you would like to keep up-to-date with the progression of this major works scheme please fill out our contact form.
Hugo Richardson is a member of the Compulsory Purchase Association, a members organisation promoting best practice skills for all those who partake in this complex area of work.