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Compulsory Purchase and Utilities Initial Survey Results

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Slides presented at the RICS National Rural Conference, Royal Agricultural University Cirencester on 20 June 2018

The survey remains open for further responses at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/7KDRHRJ

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Compulsory Purchase and Utilities Initial Survey Results

  1. 1. Compulsory Purchase and Utilities Survey Initial Results CHARLES COWAP RICS NATIONAL RURAL CONFERENCE CIRENCESTER 20 June 2018
  2. 2. Background • Much dissatisfaction with compulsory purchase and utility claims • Evidence? Largely anecdotal • Upper Tribunal Lands Chamber • Not seen by UT as a problem • Few references • Simplified and written procedures available
  3. 3. Upper Tribunal: what do we know? • 1 January 2016 – 1 May 2018: 16 awards on compulsory purchase • Of these Topic Number Places of worship enfranchisement 2 Director remuneration 1 Application to strike out claim 1 Dispute over planning permission 1 Financial Awards included Number/Value Financial awards 12 Minimum award £2,500 Highest award £1.5 million Average award £275,175
  4. 4. A survey! INITIAL FINDINGS FROM FIRST 40 RESPONSES Please do your bit!
  5. 5. Who do respondents act for?
  6. 6. What promoters are we dealing with?
  7. 7. Statutory authority
  8. 8. Where?
  9. 9. Which stages?
  10. 10. Which elements of claim
  11. 11. Value: • Total value where value given: c. £56 million • Average per value given c. £1.6 million • Range minimum £5,000 • Range maximum £20 million +
  12. 12. Code of Practice issued?
  13. 13. Timescale for payment from agreement
  14. 14. How did we rate each other?
  15. 15. Claimant satisfaction with process and payment
  16. 16. Comparison with other claims?
  17. 17. The good the bad and the ugly
  18. 18. We can do better!
  19. 19. Please please keep them coming …..
  20. 20. Contact Details In-house CPD programmes, professional-technical updates, organisational consultancy, and more:  cdcowap@gmail.com  07947 706505 Twitter: @charlescowap Blog: http://charlescowap.wordpress.com/ Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/cdcowap Translating new knowledge for rural professional practice

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