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Implementing a CPO—notice to treat and General Vesting DeclarationCoronavirus (COVID-19): This Practice Note contains guidance on subjects potentially...
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22nd Sep
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Compulsory purchase—procedureSTOP PRESS: On 13 October 2020, the Welsh Government announced changes to the Planning Policy Wales and updated Circular...
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22nd Sep
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Can you serve a general vesting declaration on land in unknown ownership?See the Communities and Local Government’s (CLG’s) Guidance on the compulsory...
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10th Aug
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What are the consequences where an acquiring authority fails to serve notice on the correct owner of land which has been compulsorily purchased, where...
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Produced in partnership with Chris Willmore 10th Aug
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Can a General Vesting Declaration for a compulsory purchase order be challenged by way of judicial review and, if so, what is the time limit for...
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10th Aug
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If a claim for compensation has not been submitted within six years of the notice to treat being tendered, does title vest in the local authority...
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10th Aug
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In relation to a confirmed compulsory purchase order, can the local authority continue to negotiate voluntary buy backs with leaseholders after a...
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Produced in partnership with Jo Hannah of Winckworth Sherwood 10th Aug
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Do you have a any guidance notes on the making of a deed poll after the expiry of the notice to treat or notice to enter where land comprised within a...
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Produced in partnership with Harriet Townsend of Cornerstone Barristers 10th Aug
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Must a notice of confirmation of a compulsory purchase order include a statement as to the effect of a general vesting declaration where the acquiring...
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10th Aug
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Does a notice of entry concerning a compulsory purchase order expressly need to make reference to the effect of section 11B of the Compulsory Purchase...
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10th Aug
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If a local authority uses CPO powers to acquire land to allow regeneration within its area will existing rights that would interfere with that...
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10th Aug
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Can the making of a compulsory purchase order (CPO) which is not objected to allow an acquiring authority to acquire title to unregistered land that...
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10th Aug
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What guidance is available for the making of a reference to the Upper Tribunal in respect of a claim for compensation under a compulsory purchase...
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10th Aug
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Is any type of a Compulsory Purchase Order (under the Planning Act 2008, Electricity Act 1989, etc) subject to disclosure rules in terms of evidence?...
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