Compulsory Purchase Advice

Commonwealth Games 2022

Supporting homeowners and business owners affected by the Commonwealth Games 2022

Sanderson Weatherall is supporting homeowners and business owners who have property affected by the 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.

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