Steer Ethelston Rural Chartered Surveyors

Compulsory Purchase & Compensation

  • Advice on statutory rights
  • Route of development
  • Site investigations
  • Schedule of condition
  • Liaison with contractors
  • Compensation
  • Landscape and reinstatement works

Being approached by a large utility company or highway authority for access onto your land can be daunting, taking professional advice at the earliest stage can put your mind at rest and ensure that your interests are protected.

We also act for acquiring authorities and have been successful in negotiating sensible deals for large infrastructure schemes.

Our client was recently approached by a telecoms company to install an electricity cable across his land.

The company had no statutory rights to lay this electricity cable. Therefore recognition payment was negotiated together with compensation for disturbance, an easement payment and all our professional fees and costs.

Steer Ethelston Rural Ltd

Upper Norncott Farm,
Craven Arms,
T: 01477 532 188

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