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 – whether reserved matters approval pursuant to existing outline planning permission to be assumed – Land Compensation Act 1961 ss.14(2) and (3) and 16(1) and (2)
 RVR 223,  JPL 811,  UKUT 2 (LC)
England and Wales
See Also – Thomas Newall Ltd v Lancaster City Council UTLC 15-Dec-2011
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 . .
See Also – Lancaster City Council v Thomas Newall Ltd CA 11-Jul-2013
Cited – Homes and Communities Agency v JS Bloor (Wilmslow) Ltd SC 22-Feb-2017
Challenge to the sums awarded on compulsory acquisition of grazing land, but which land had a substantial hope value for residential development.
Held: The tribunal’s application of these difficult provisions to the complex facts of this case . .
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Updated: 11 February 2021; Ref: scu.640531