In 2010 the Government announced its intention to deliver High Speed 2 (HS2), a new high speed rail line which when constructed will link London, Birmingham, the East Midlands, Leeds and Manchester. It is intended that the line will be operational by 2033.
HS2 is a unique and controversial project which will see the acquisition of large tracts of land and property. As a consequence, HS2 will be delivered via its own Acts of Parliament which will include appropriate compulsory purchase powers.
Roger Hannah & Co has a dedicated team specialising in HS2 compulsory purchase matters and who specifically act for claimants affected by HS2. We, therefore, have no conflicts of interest and can provide unbiased and comprehensive advice to ensure clients receive the maximum HS2 compensation.
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Roger Hannah & Co have been appointed by many individuals and businesses who are affected by HS2 and are therefore well placed to assist you too.
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Latest Case studiesRoger Hannah & Co complete quintuple of negotiations »
Roger Hannah & Co recently completed their fifth set of negotiations against HS2 Limited within the village of Water Orton.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.HIGH SPEED TWO & STATUTORY BLIGHT NOTICE »
Roger Hannah & Co successfully negotiated the disposal of Wheatley House in Marston, Warwickshire to High Speed 2 Limited following the serving of a Statutory Blight Notice.
Latest NewsRoger 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.Shimmer Estate will be demolished to make way for the HS2 railway » 24th July 2017
Although the Department of Transport advise that only 16 properties on the Shimmer Estate will be demolished to make way for the HS2 railway, the newly confirmed plans indicate that a much greater number of houses are likely to be affected.HS2 Phase 2b Announcement – Extension to Leeds and Manchester » 17th July 2017
Whilst the preferred route of Phase 2b was safeguarded in November 2016, today’s announcement serves to remove any uncertainty regarding the actual fulfilment of the Phase 2b plans, whilst providing absolute clarity concerning the government’s intentions for the project.
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