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A has planning permission to develop land which is accessible only via a private road owned by B (and no easement exists over the roadway in favour of A). On what basis can A acquire the necessary rights to access its land and enable all utilities to be supplied to the land via or under the private roadway?

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Produced in partnership with Howard Smith of Radcliffe Chambers
Published on LexisPSL on 22/03/2018

The following Property Q&A Produced in partnership with Howard Smith of Radcliffe Chambers provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • A has planning permission to develop land which is accessible only via a private road owned by B (and no easement exists over the roadway in favour of A). On what basis can A acquire the necessary rights to access its land and enable all utilities to be supplied to the land via or under the private roadway?

A has no rights over B’s land and cannot require B to grant rights over their (B’s) land. Therefore, A’s only practical option is to try and negotiate with B for the grant of the necess

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