Our industry-leading team have a wealth of experience in dealing with compulsory purchase (CPO) cases and we provide our first-class services across the UK via our national network of offices.
Our highly experienced team have the specialist skills to provide the required professional advice and we are able to deal with all aspects via our in-house multidisciplinary team. Our services include:
- Landlord & Tenant
- Building Surveying
- Leisure and Caravan
- Plant & Machinery (Asset Valuation)
We act on behalf of a variety of clients ranging from large PLCs to individuals and public bodies, a selection of which are listed below.
Are you a claimant?
We know that dealing with the complex area of compulsory purchase can be challenging and stressful for property owners and we will guide you through each stage of the process.
We have a wealth of experience in dealing with compulsory purchase orders (CPOs), and by providing support and honest advice throughout the process we ensure that you receive a fair compensation deal with minimal disruption to you or your business.
The services we provide include:
- Advice on planning objections to Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPO)
- Expert evidence to public enquiries
- Advice on certificates of alternative development
- Acquisition of alternative premises including accommodation works
- Estimation of compensation, values, disturbance, value of goodwill
- Negotiation of claims
- Expert evidence at lands chamber
Are you promoting an order?
We understand that compulsory purchase is an important part of project delivery and is at the heart of many infrastructure schemes.
We have experience working on a number of major infrastructure projects as well as redevelopment and regeneration schemes, so are well equipped to work with your team from the inception of a scheme.
We work in partnership with local authorities and landowners throughout the project lifecycle, ensuring that your project is completed successfully, on time and with minimal delays.
Our services to acquiring authorities include:
- Master planning and valuation advice on land use
- Budgeting of acquisition costs
- Project management, development partnerships
- Expert evidence at public inquiry
- Advice on objections to the Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO)
- Negotiation of compensation
- Strategic handling of certificates of alternative development
- Expert evidence at lands chamber
Public Sector Procurement
Any Public Body can appoint Sanderson Weatherall directly without the need for entering the procurement process as we are registered suppliers on two major frameworks, which can also be used to appoint us through an OJEU compliant process.
The first of these is the Crown Commercial Services National Lot 1 RM3816 Estates Professional Services Framework which is available for use by any public body or registered charity within the UK.
The second is the Homes England Property Professional Services Framework which is also available for any public body to use in England.
Both frameworks offer competitive rates and a framework which has been selected based upon strict quality and pricing criteria and offer a quick and practical route to market for our public sector clients.
Should you wish to use either of these frameworks we can provide further details on how each of these frameworks can be used.
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Sanderson Weatherall are the claimant’s agent. We have offices located in London, Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester, enabling us to cover all areas affected by High Speed 2 (HS2). We have taken the decision not to act for HS2 and our specialist team of compulsory purchase experts continue to focus on working with owners and occupiers of affected sites.
Although elements of HS2 rail link seem years away, this is an issue that property owners and tenant occupiers should be planning for now.
If you think you are affected by HS2 please click below for further information:
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Commonwealth Games 2022
Birmingham (Perry Barr – Commonwealth Games Athlete’s Village and Legacy) Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO)
In December 2017, Birmingham was announced as the host city of the 2022 Commonwealth Games, producing a large scale regeneration and infrastructure project that is to be completed within a relatively short time frame with the aid of compulsory purchase powers.
The scheme involves the compulsory acquisition of properties and land, in the Perry Barr area, for the development of the Athletes’ Village, upgraded transport links and general regeneration including new commercial and residential development.
The timetable links in with the intended completion of the majority of the SPRINT Bus Network project, with Transport for West Midlands providing improved public transport links into the city from Walsall, Sutton Coldfield, Solihull and Birmingham Airport.
Sanderson Weatherall are acting for claimants affected by both schemes and if you are adversely influenced by either, please contact us.