How Can We Help?

If you are a Compulsory Purchase Order claimant, Roger Hannah & Co can provide the following:

  • Advise you on the entire CPO process
  • Advise you how to object to a CPO
  • Adopt the right strategy and tactics to achieve objectives
  • Assess your compensation entitlement including the level of business disturbance
  • Negotiate with the acquiring authority to maximise your compensation claim
  • Where appropriate apply to the Planning Authority for a Certificate of Appropriate Alternative Development
  • Where settlement through negotiation is not possible we will advise on the Land Tribunal process and appear as an expert witness.

In summary, Roger Hannah & Co seek to alleviate the burden and stress of a Compulsory Purchase.

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Latest Case studies

Compulsory Acquisition of an Asset of Community Value (ACV) »

Roger Hannah & Co. has recently advised South Cambridgeshire District Council on a property held as an Asset of Community Value (ACV).

A556 Knutsford to Bowden Improvement Scheme »

Following approval granted by way of a Development Consent Order (DCO) in 2014, the new A556 link road officially opened to traffic on 6th March 2017. During this time our CPO team at Roger Hannah & Co has acted on behalf of clients with properties affected by the construction of the new road.

HS2 Update – Phase 2B »

Since the route of Phase 2B was announced in November 2016, our specialist team at Roger Hannah & Co has been acting on behalf of a number of clients whose properties are affected by HS2.

Latest News

Roger Hannah & Co Boosts Team With Senior Promotion » 13th November 2017

We are delighted to announce the promotion of Stephen Lashmar to Director to mark his contribution to Roger Hannah & Co.

Changes to the Home Loss Payment » 18th October 2017

On 1st October 2017 the Home Loss Payment (Prescribed Amounts) (England) Regulations 2017 (No.769) came into force.

Compulsory Purchase Roadshow Workshop » 18th August 2017

Roger Hannah & Co have taken to the road with TLT Solicitors and Barton Wilmore to deliver a series of interactive workshops for Local Authorities focusing on the use of compulsory purchase powers.