COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – preliminary issue – ransom value – scheme highway – whether section 14(5)(d) of the Land Compensation Act 1961 engaged so as to prevent the assumption of planning permission – determined not so engaged . .
A defamation of the claimant had been published and then repeated by others. Held: The court discussed the logical impossibility of apportioning damage between different tortfeasors: ‘Where injury has been done to the plaintiff and the injury is indivisible, any tortfeasor whose act has been a proximate cause of the injury must compensate for the … Continue reading Dingle v Associated Newspapers: CA 1961
Lord Radcliffe said: ‘I think, however, that it needs to be remembered in connection with this statement that the full extent of the common law right to enter the highway at every point of the frontage for any highway purpose must have been modified in very many cases by the exercise of statutory powers with … Continue reading Ching Garage Ltd v Chingford Corporation: HL 1961
Sellers LJ said: ‘The second plaintiffs had paid some andpound;5,000 for that theft; and for their respective losses these plaintiffs sought to recover damages under the Riot (Damages) Act, 1886’ The court considered that a liberal approach was appropriate for the admissibility of hearsay evidence in civil proceedings. Judges: Sellers LJ, Devlin LJ Citations:  … Continue reading Bearmans Ltd v Metropolitan Police District Receiver: CA 1961
The plaintiff had been prosecuted by the defendant for pulling the emergency cord on a train without proper cause. After acquittal and payment of part of her costs, she sued for malicious prosecution, saying the damages were the part of her defence costs not awarded. The defendant replied that this was not claimable loss. Held: … Continue reading Berry v British Transport Commission: CA 1961
Compensation was sought for injuries received in the course of employment. Held: The limitation period was to be calculated to have started on the day after the occurrence which founded the claim, the day itself being excluded from the calculation. Judges: Havers J Citations:  2 All ER 270,  2 QB 135 Statutes: Limitation … Continue reading Marren v Dawson Bentley and Co Ltd: 1961
UTLC COMPENSATION – Compulsory Purchase – Acquisition of land and premises in connection with town centre redevelopment scheme – valuation – disturbance – business extinguishment – Land Compensation Act 1961 section 5 rules (2) and (6) – Compensation determined at pounds 201,073 Judges: Paul Francis FRICS Citations:  UKUT 269 (LC) Links: Bailii Statutes: Land … Continue reading Behic and Others v Northumberland County Council, Re Station Street, Blyth: UTLC 4 Aug 2017
UTLC COMPENSATION – Compulsory Purchase – Acquisition of land and premises in connection with town centre redevelopment scheme – valuation – disturbance – business extinguishment – Land Compensation Act 1961 section 5 rules (2) and (6) – Compensation determined at pounds 201,073 Citations:  UKUT 269 (LC) Links: Bailii Statutes: Land Compensation Act 1961 5 … Continue reading Behic and Others v Northumberland County Council, Re Station Street, Blyth: UTLC 23 Jun 2017
Mr. Boyle sought compensation in respect of a rectification of the register by removal from his title of land belonging to a neighbour. Since Mr. Boyle’s registered title was subject to overriding interests, he would not have been entitled to compensation if the land removed from the title was in the actual occupation of the … Continue reading In re Boyle’s Claim: ChD 1961
Claim included in statement of case covering multiple references filed within time – notice of reference filed after expiry of limitation period – whether claim referred to Tribunal within time – s.1, Land Compensation Act 1961 – s.9, Limitation Act 1980 – rr.7 and 28, Tribunal Procedure (Upper Tribunal) (Lands Chamber) Rules 2010 Martin Rodger, … Continue reading Five Oaks Land Ltd v London Borough of Redbridge (Compensation – Limitation): UTLC 2 Dec 2021
The plaintiff was not to be prevented from recovering the costs of private medical treatment.It was argued and decided that (a) damages for the loss of earnings for the ‘lost years’ is nil, and (b) ‘the only relevance of earnings which would have been earned after death is that they are an element for consideration … Continue reading Harris v Brights Asphalt Contractors Ltd: QBD 1953
Agreed compensation is not a penalty A hirer under a hire purchase agreement could terminate the hiring during the course of the term whereupon the hirer was required to pay a sum by way of agreed compensation. Held: A sum of money payable under a contract on the occurrence of an event other than a … Continue reading Campbell Discount Company Ltd v Bridge: CA 1961
UTLC Compensation – planning permission – compulsory acquisition of land required for new highway – appeal against certificate of appropriate alternative development restricting residential development to 100% affordable housing – development plan – material consideration of extant planning permission on balance of site – Land Compensation Act 1961, s18 – appeal allowed  UKUT 172 … Continue reading Mintblue Propertiesltd, Re: Re: Car Park of Former E-Mag Factory: UTLC 7 Apr 2016
Under a wartime agreement in 1941 the UK government agreed to lease to the US Government land in Trinidad on which the US could establish a naval base. To do this the Crown acquired the Pointe Gourde land for its limestone quarry which would be used to provide materials to construct the air base. It … Continue reading Pointe Gourde Quarrying and Transport Co Ltd v Sub-Intendant of Crown Lands: PC 29 Jul 1947
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – dwelling house in poor repair – valuation of freehold interest – disturbance – other issues outside Tribunal’s jurisdiction – Land Compensation Act 1961 section 5, rules . .
COMPENSATION – Compulsory Purchase – preliminary issue – agricultural land value – s.5, Land Compensation Act 1961 . .
COMPENSATION – Compulsory Purchase – fire damaged former amusement arcade with accommodation over – assumed planning permission – valuation method – residual valuation – comparable valuation – s.5 and s.14, Land Compensation Act 1961 . .
Cairns J considered a request for the variation of a post-nuptial trust and said: ‘Now it is well established by authority that the variation may be such as to confer a benefit on a stranger to the settlement provided it also confers a benefit on . .
LT COMPENSATION – Compulsory purchase – acquisition of town centre site in connection with Metro scheme – planning assumptions – development costs – valuation methodology – valuation – Land Compensation Act 1961 . .
The tribunal considered case concerned 5.1 ha of land with an assumption of planning permission for industrial development under Planning legislation. There was only one possible access over adjoining land in different ownership.
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Compensation – Planning Permission – Certificate of Appropriate Alternative Development – appeal site in Green Belt – certificate granted by Council for 11 or 12 dwellings – previous outline planning permission for 14 dwellings granted in 2015 – . .
A covenant prevented new building other than for a garage. The owner proposed a three-car garage extension, but with a play-room above, for the applicant’s own use. The relevant property of the objector was not her own house, but consisted of a . .
LT COMPENSATION – modification of planning permission by deletion of retail use from permitted development – depreciation in land value – no approval of reserved matters at valuation date – basis of valuation – . .
When calculating the losses suffered by a victim of crime, the allowance to be made for losses to a retirement pension through having to retire early should have set off against them, the benefits received by way of payments for his ill-health, . .
COMPENSATION – COSTS – certificate of appropriate alternative development – whether the Upper Tribunal has power to award costs in an appeal under s.18, Land Compensation Act 1961 – whether proceedings for compensation for compulsory purchase – . .
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – land on edge of village acquired for bypass – planning permission granted for residential development of retained land – whether highway objection to residential . .
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COMPENSATION – prohibition order – Housing Health and Safety Rating System Regulations – category 1 hazard – flat – crowding and space – section s584A Housing Act 1985 – S.5 Land Compensation Act 1961 – Rule 4 – whether use of flat (a) contrary to . .
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – dwelling house in poor repair – valuation of freehold interest – Land Compensation Act 1961 section 5, rule (2) – compensation and 35,750 pounds . .
COMPENSATION – Compulsory purchase of land forming part of curtilage to rural property for road improvement scheme – disturbance – Land Compensation Act 1961 section 2, rule (6)- compensation determined at pounds 43,389.90 . .
COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – dwelling house in a regeneration area – valuation – comparables – Land Compensation Act 1961 section 5, rule (2) – compensation determined at pounds 96,000 . .
LT COMPENSATION – Compulsory purchase of land for purpose of nature reserve to compensate for loss of SSSI caused by Cardiff Bay Barrage – preliminary issues – Land Compensation Act 1961 s 5 rule (3) – Pointe . .
Appeal by way of case stated against a decision of the General Commissioners as to whether a certain compensation payment received by the appellant under section 31(3) of the Land Compensation Act 1961 was income or capital. The General . .
COMPENSATION – Costs – Sealed offer accepted – S.4(1) of Land Compensation Act 1961 – s.3(5) of Lands Tribunal Act 1949 – Reasonable time for acceptance of sealed offer – Guidance as to form of sealed offer . .
LT COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – houses in disrepair – owner of intermediate long leasehold interest not responding to CPO – value – comparable transactions – Land Compensation Act 1961 Part 1 – . .
LT COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – abandoned house in dilapidated condition – untraceable owner – comparable transactions – Housing Act 1985 s.17 and Land Compensation Act 1961 Part 1 – compensation . .
Land Compensation Act 1961, s.5 rule 6 – Claim for ‘holding costs’ on property rendered unsaleable by threat of acquisition -Loss to take account of movement in market and rent received – Effect of overall blight arising from scheme distinguished. . .
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – acquisition of land in connection with major city centre regeneration project – valuation – injurious affection to retained land – betterment – Land Compensation Act 1961 . .
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase of shop premises – valuation of occupier’s interest – disturbance – Land Compensation Act 1961 Section 5, rules (2), (5) and (6). Compensation determined at . .
UTLC COMPENSATION – Compulsory purchase of shop and residential accommodation – valuation – basic loss payment – compensation determined at pounds 550,000 – Land Compensation Act 1961 section 5, rule (2)and Land . .
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – dwelling house in a Regeneration Area valuation – methodology – comparables – Land Compensation Act 1961 section 5, rule (2) compensation determined at pounds 52,000 . .
The claimants owned 74 acres of an area of 391 acres in Liverpool which the Corporation wanted to acquire for residential development. The authority acquired the land by agreement and made a compulsory purchase order in respect of the remainder. Held: The purpose of the Pointe Gourde principle is to prevent the compensation for the … Continue reading Wilson v Liverpool Corporation: CA 1971
Lawton LJ considered the scheme of compensation under the 1961 Act and said: ‘The assessment of compensation in cases such as this is a most difficult task calling for the judicial use of fertile imagination. Assumptions have to be made (see ss 14, 15 and 16) and some realities disregarded (eg any increase in value … Continue reading Trocette Property Co Ltd v Greater London Council: CA 1974
The landowner had developed land which was then made the subject of compulsory purchase. The court was asked how the compensation was to be calculated. The landowner expected to sell the development as a whole. The respondent argued that the profit which a purchaser would build into that purchase should affect the compensation. Held: The … Continue reading Ryde International Plc v London Regional Transport: CA 5 Mar 2004
LT COMPENSATION – simplified procedure – compulsory acquisition of grassland with hardstanding and shed – whether undertaking given at CPO inquiry that compensation would be assessed on cost of reinstatement – whether compensation to be assessed under r(5) of s 5 Land Compensation Act 1961 – whether compensation for reinstatement can be claimed as disturbance … Continue reading Nicholls v Highways Agency: LT 31 Dec 1997
LT Compensation on compulsory purchase of business land included loss on forced machinery sale, accountants fees and so on. Citations: Gazette 11-Mar-1998 Statutes: Land Compensation Act 1961 Jurisdiction: England and Wales Land Updated: 10 April 2022; Ref: scu.89233
UTLC COMPENSATION – Compulsory Purchase – house acquired as part of wider regeneration programme – property in derelict condition – market value – cost of repair works – residual value – loss of rental income – whether basic loss payment calculated by reference to market value or whole claim – Land Compensation Act 1961 section … Continue reading Khan v Stockton-On-Tees Borough Council: UTLC 2 Nov 2017
Compulsory Purchase – Business Extinguished By CPO – separate car showroom building not acquired – claim for lease breakage – whether evidence sufficient to show loss – pre-reference costs determined at pounds 198,959.65 – section 5, Land Compensation Act 1961 Citations:  UKUT 303 (LC) Links: Bailii Statutes: Land Compensation Act 1961 5 Jurisdiction: England … Continue reading Chiver v St Helens Borough Council: UTLC 9 Nov 2020
UTLC COMPENSATION – PLANNING PERMISSION – certificate of appropriate alternative development – compulsory purchase of former railway land – whether planning permission would have been granted for change of use of former operational building(s) said to be in Green Belt – conditions to be attached to agreed scrap yard and fuel recovery uses – ss. … Continue reading Boulder Bridge Lane Trust v Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council: UTLC 14 Mar 2017
LT COMPENSATION – Compulsory purchase of land for the construction of a road – value – assumed planning permission – value of minerals – planning permission for a commercial minerals operation not granted or to be assumed – compensation assessed on basis of agricultural value at andpound;17,000 – Alternative valuation (Rule 50(4) Lands Tribunal Rules … Continue reading C F and M G Roberts v South Gloucestershire District Council: LT 31 Dec 1994
UTLC COMPENSATION – Compulsory purchase – Grade II Listed house in disrepair – owner’s failure to comply with Repairs Notice or Urgent Works Notice – development prospects – cost of repair and renovation – valuation – comparables – Section 5(2) Land Compensation Act 1961- compensation determined at andpound;125,000 Citations:  UKUT 2 (LC) Links: Bailii … Continue reading Meredith v King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council: UTLC 12 Jan 2017
UTLC COMPENSATION – Compulsory Purchase of Grade II listed buildings in poor repair – valuation by comparables or residual method – cost of repair and reinstatement – Land Compensation Act 1961 section 5, rule (2) – compensation determined at pounds 32,500  UKUT 390 (LC) Bailii Land Compensation Act 1961 England and Wales Land Updated: … Continue reading Hemingby Agricultural Traders Ltd and Another v East Lindsey District Council: UTLC 28 Oct 2010
UTLC COMPENSATION – Compulsory acquisition of dwellinghouse following acceptance of a blight notice – valuation – comparables – Land Compensation Act 1961 section 5, rule (2) – total compensation andpound;170,445 P R Francis FRICS  UKUT 405 (LC),  RVR 199 Bailii England and Wales Land Updated: 23 January 2022; Ref: scu.569610
UTLC COMPENSATION – modification order – preliminary issue – leaseholder claimant – freeholder granting lease to another person on expiry of claimant’s lease – whether compensation could be claimed on basis that in the absence of the modification a new lease would have been granted to the claimant – held that it could not – … Continue reading Bond and Others v Dorset County Council: UTLC 11 Oct 2010
UTLC COMPENSATION – Compulsory Purchase – site in Salford – CPO as part of wider scheme – planning permissions – methods of valuation – residual method preferred – profits of development claim rejected in addition to market value – basic loss and other costs – compensation awarded at andpound;321,702.61 – Section 5, Land Compensation Act … Continue reading Michael v Salford City Council: UTLC 6 Sep 2016
UTLC COMPENSATION – Compulsory Purchase – acquiring authority exercising option to purchase – purchase price determined by expert appointed under option agreement – land then vested by use of compulsory powers – reference for compensation – application to strike out – whether Tribunal has jurisdiction to determine compensation – section 1, Land Compensation Act 1961 … Continue reading Phoenix Developments (Jpj) Ltd v Lancashire County Council: UTLC 26 Jan 2016
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – land acquired pursuant to a s.106 Agreement connected with major development of offices and park on reclaimed land – whether special value (if any) to developer to be left out of account under Pointe Gourde – estoppel – planning status – ransom value – hope value – disturbance – … Continue reading Hall v London Borough of Hillingdon: UTLC 17 Nov 2015
UTLC COMPENSATION – planning permission – certificate of appropriate alternative development – section 17 application for ‘full open market residential’ – section 18 appeal against a nil certificate – development plan – imminent revocation of saved structure plan policies at relevant valuation date – emerging local plan policies – material considerations – National Planning Policy … Continue reading Tescan Ltd v Cornwall Council: UTLC 3 Nov 2014
UTLC COMPENSATION – planning permission – compulsory acquisition of land required for local employment regeneration site – appeals against certificates of appropriate alternative development – appeals upheld in part – Land Compensation Act 1961, s18  UKUT 413 (LC) Bailii England and Wales Planning Updated: 04 January 2022; Ref: scu.552340
UTLC COMPENSATION – COSTS – temporary possession under Crossrail Act 2008 – whether Tribunal has power to award costs in reference – s.4, Land Compensation Act 1961 – rule 10, Tribunal Procedure (Upper Tribunal)(Lands Chamber) Rules 2010  UKUT 356 (LC) Bailii England and Wales Land Updated: 02 January 2022; Ref: scu.549872
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory acquisition of land and commercial buildings in connection with the London Olympics 2012 – disturbance – loss of profits – increased costs of replacement premises – value for money – other temporary losses – directors’ time – pre-reference costs – Land Compensation Act 1961 section 5, Rule (6) – Compensation andpound;360,596 … Continue reading Kendon Packaging Ltd v Greater London Authority: UTLC 1 Jul 2015
UTLC COMPENSATION – Compulsory purchase of 0.49 acre waste transfer station required pursuant to the London 2012 Olympic Park development – disturbance – loss of opportunity to expand business – temporary loss of profits – additional costs of new site not providing value for money – increased costs due to temporary relocation – professional fees … Continue reading G and B Compressor Hire Ltd v The Greater London Authority: UTLC 18 May 2015
UTLC COMPENSATION – Planning permission – Compulsory acquisition of land for village by-pass scheme – development potential – APPEAL under s.18 of the Land Compensation Act 1961 against a negative certificate issued pursuant to an application for a Certificate of Appropriate Alternative Development under s.17 of the Act – Appeal allowed  UKUT 435 (LC) … Continue reading Edwards v Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council: UTLC 14 Oct 2014
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – house in clearance area for new academy – valuation – Land Compensation Act 1961 section 5 – compensation determined at andpound;117,300  UKUT 421 (LC) Bailii England and Wales Land Updated: 22 December 2021; Ref: scu.537508
Where a certificate of appropriate development was issued for land to be acquired compulsorily, the land was to be valued at the date of the proposal to acquire it compulsorily allowing a discount for any damage to the value incurred by the long expectation of that particular proposal and its consequences and not by reference … Continue reading Newell and others v Secretary of State for the Environment and Another; Fletcher Estates (Harlescott) Ltd v Secretary of State for the Environment and Another: HL 17 Feb 2000
COMPENSATION – Compulsory Purchase – Acquisition of 0.67 acre waste transfer station in connection with the London 2012 Olympic Park development – valuation – rental value – treatment of tenant’s payment on entry into lease – Land Compensation Act 1961 section 5, rule (2) – compensation determined at 1,475,000 pounds  UKUT 219 (LC) Bailii … Continue reading Econometric Ltd and Others v Greater London Authority: UTLC 22 May 2014
UTLC COMPENSATION – Compulsory purchase of 1.1 acre waste transfer site -planning assumptions – valuation – disturbance – extinguishment of business – pre-possession ‘shadow period’ losses – management time – re-investment costs – Land Compensation Act 1961 section 5 rules (2) and (6), sections 14(3) and 16(3) and section 10A – compensation determined at andpound;2,580,747 … Continue reading Halpern and Others v Greater London Authority: UTLC 18 Mar 2014
COMPULSORY PURCHASE – COMPENSATION – office building acquired as part of comprehensive redevelopment of Salford City Centre – rule 2 value in no scheme world – s.5, Land Compensation Act 1961 – Compensation determined at pounds 5,597,500  UKUT 269 (LC) Bailii England and Wales Land Updated: 30 November 2021; Ref: scu.669251
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – land in agricultural use acquired as part of major 420 acre strategic business park development – planning assumptions under ss 14-17 of the Land Compensation Act 1961 – whether permission to be assumed on basis that land ‘allocated’ in development plan – whether planning permission to be assumed under … Continue reading JS Bloor (Wilmslow) Ltd v Homes and Communities Agency: UTLC 1 Jul 2013
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – preliminary issue – freehold and long leasehold interests subject to occupational leases – whether value of interests to be assessed on assumption that terms of leases were as they would have been if no proposal to acquire – held they should not – Land Compensation Act 1961 ss 5 … Continue reading GPE (Hanover Square) Ltd v Transport for London: UTLC 28 May 2013
Land was to be compulsorily purchased. A large development required the land to be used to create a nature reserve. The question was how and if at all the value of the overall scheme should be considered when assessing the compensation for this plot. Held: ‘All that was necessary, since it was clear that the … Continue reading Waters and others v Welsh Development Agency: HL 29 Apr 2004
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – open storage land acquired as part of Morrisons foodstore – whether Case 2 of First Schedule to Land Compensation Act 1961 applies where other land not developed in accordance with current development plan – whether demand for foodstore existed – whether land required for foodstore would have been made … Continue reading Graham v The Council of The City of Newcastle Upon Tyne: UTLC 20 Jan 2010
Compulsory Purchase Compensation – Land As it Is The House considered the basis of calculation of compensation on the compulsory purchase of land without planning permission, but where permission would probably be granted. The appellant challenged the decision which had treated the probability as equal to certainty. Held: The appeal succeeded. The land should not … Continue reading Transport for London (London Underground Ltd) v Spirerose Ltd: HL 30 Jul 2009
LT COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – acquisition of land adjoining highway for improvement of junction and to provide access to housing land – proposed link road to proposed bypass – scheme underlying the . .
‘Where land is acquired compulsorily, compensation is assessed on the basis of a hypothetical sale in the open market. The legislation requires that hypothetical sale to be assessed on the basis of certain counter-factual assumptions; in particular . .
The claimant’s land was subject to a compulsory purchase order to make land available for a scheme to make possible a much larger and more valuable scheme. He asserted that the compensation should be calculated in accordance with the value of the . .
Temporary, if damaging disturbance which fell short of actual damage to a neighbour’s land and which was caused by works executed on land which had been purchased compulsorily, was not normally claimable and not by the owner of only a temporary . .
The case involved an appeal from the Land’s Tribunal arbitration award setting compensation for land to be acquired. The question was whether the value should have been that acceptable to a willing seller, or to a ‘a company regulated and subsidised . .
Interest is payable after a compulsory purchase strictly in accordance with the Act, even though this might lead to a windfall gain to the landowner because of the substantial delay in payment. . .
No issue estoppel on land value arose from a previous Secretary’s finding on Lands Tribunal. . .
The landowner appealed against the compensation awarded for the compulsory acquisition of his land for use as a road. The owners had been compensated only for its agricultural value, but said that it should have allowed for its value for minerals . .
LT COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – abandoned house in state of disrepair – untraceable owner – cost of repair and refurbishment – valuation – comparable transactions – Housing Act 1985 section 17 and Land . .
COMPENSATION – electricity – preliminary issues – reference by consent – deed of grant for easement of overhead electricity line – provision for additional payment if planning permission granted for residential development – whether barn conversion . .
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – property acquired by agreement as though compulsorily acquired – bridging loan for replacement property bought 12 months before authority took possession – whether . .
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COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – value of land taken – severance and injurious affection – valuation – comparables – disturbance – Land Compensation Act . .
The appellant had sought compensation after compulsory acquisition of his land. He had beaten the final offer made by the respondent, but the tribunal had judged the landowner’s offer itself to be so high that it awarded only part of the costs. He . .
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – site of former plant hire depot – planning permission – whether planning permission to be assumed on the basis that land allocated in the Development Plan – whether any . .
The company appealed against the terms of a certificate of appropriate development. . .
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase of part of forecourt to commercial premises and half road width for highway improvements – loss of rent and rental voids – injurious affection – valuation assumptions – . .
The tribunal considered the compulsory acquisition of land for the construction of a spine road through a housing development, where rule (3) of the Rules had been considered in the context of whether the land held the key to its completion.
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase -preliminary issue -small part of claimant’s land within the limits of deviation for Channel Tunnel Rail Link and eventually compulsorily acquired under Channel Tunnel Rail . .
UTLC COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – preliminary issues – planning permission – whether permission to be assumed on basis that land ‘allocated’ in development plan – whether planning permission to be assumed . .
COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – preliminary issues – planning permission – whether planning permission to be assumed on the basis that land allocated in development plan – whether any other expectation of planning permission as hope value – . .
COMPENSATION – compulsory purchase – former mill building occupied by various businesses – value – whether planning permission required to use bulk of accommodation as offices – held that it was – cost of essential repairs – whether 50 per cent . .
Basingstoke was to be expanded to receive overspill population from London and the corporation contracted to purchase about 550 acres from a landowner on terms that the price would be assessed as though the land had been compulsorily acquired under . .
The date of the acquiring proposal is the date to consider as to planning aspects on deciding whether to quash a certificate of appropriate development. . .
Land was to be valued at the date of the proposal to acquire it compulsorily allowing a discount for any damage to the value incurred by the long expectation of that particular proposal and its consequences and not by reference to another proposal . .