Compulsory Purchase Advice

Tees Crossing

Supporting homeowners and business owners affected by the new Tees Crossing

As a result of the New Tees Crossing, businesses and residents who own or occupy a property along the route may be required to vacate their property. If you receive a compulsory purchase order from the council, you are entitled to receive advice from an independent specialist.

As your local compulsory purchase specialists, we are at hand to guide you through the process, maximise your compensation, and minimise disruption and stress.

What is the new Tees Crossing?

The Tees Crossing, a busy section of the A19, is the key north-south crossing of the River Tees via the Tees Viaduct.

The new Tees Crossing will widen the existing viaduct to provide three southbound lanes between the A1046 and A66. It will also provide a new bridge structure to carry local northbound traffic, which will be located to the west of the existing Tees Viaduct structure.

What are the timescales of the new Tees Crossing?

The Tees Crossing is currently awaiting a funding decision. The current programme would see construction start in 2025 and the scheme open in 2028.

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