Compulsory Purchase Scheme Initiated at Brent Cross Cricklewood

Date: 24th October 2014
Author: Alex Isles
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The London Borough of Barnet are currently undertaking steps to transform the Brent Cross area. Plans have been drawn for a £4 billion regeneration scheme designed to create a new Northern town centre for London. The plans include developments to infrastructure, retail, leisure, educational facilities and residential developments which will radically alter the wider area. The scheme will also aim to provide an increased community amenity with the improvement of Clitterhouse Playing Fields and Claremont Park.

The Council are working in connection with the major retail developer Hammerson and the influential investment house of  Standard Life to bring this project forward. The scheme will see a large part of the Brent Cross area redeveloped in order to provide over 7500 homes to the community and increased retail opportunities. Planning consent was gained in 2014 and the process of acquisition and preliminary construction is being undertaken now.

Roger Hannah & Co are currently acting on behalf of an investor client, situated at the heart of the Brent Cross Cricklewood Regeneration scheme, providing Compulsory Purchase advice and negotiation.

Roger Hannah & Co are Compulsory Purchase Experts who deal with CPO cases nationwide. If you are affected by a compulsory purchase scheme please do not hesitate to get in touch for a free consultation and how we can help you.

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