Testimonials following advice on compensation after compulsory purchase

Compensation is payable following compulsory purchase of land and businesses

Major UK infrastructure projects require compensation for compulsory purchase of land and businesses

I specialise in the valuation of businesses and quantification of disturbance losses arising from compulsory purchase. I have advised clients and assisted in negotiations and mediations involving losses following compulsory purchase on many occasions. I have also given evidence before the Lands Tribunal on these matters.

 

Nick Draper of Dalton Warner Davis, a leading firm of chartered surveyors and town planners in London, recently provided the following testimonial at the end of a CPO case:

“I first came across Charles in a case where he had been appointed by the acquiring authority and I was advising the claimant. I found Charles to be extremely knowledgeable and a tough negotiator. His confident and professional delivery convinced me that I would much rather have him on my team in future. He never fails to deliver results!”

Nick and I have worked very successfully over several years for business that have been compulsorily purchased in a variety of industries. The teamwork we developed has reassured clients that they were in safe hands and produced some spectacular results for them.

“Thank you for taking me to the decision point as you did. I have not the words to adequately express my sincere gratitude. I could not have done this without your input, especially the personalised service with a home visit when I was indisposed. You have been exceptional and I recommend you unreservedly. Thank you Charles.”

If you are advising a business that is likely to suffer losses or be extinguished as a result of HS2, any other infrastructure project or redevelopment scheme, please drop me a line.

Charles Lazarevic
Charles@veroconsulting.expert
26 April 2017

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