|aCompulsory purchase and compensation /|cBarry Denyer-Green.
|alv, 389 p. ;|c26 cm.
|aThe need for statutory powers -- The sources of compulsory purchase powers -- Compulsory purchase, works and development consent orders -- Purchase and blight notices -- Purchase and disposal by agreement -- Commencing a compulsory purchase -- The land : what is acquired -- Taking possession and conveyance -- The tribunals service -- Introduction to the assessment of compensation for land acquired -- Compensation for land acquired : market value -- Statutory planning assumptions -- The effect of the scheme -- Depreciation or enhancement of retained land : compensation or set-off -- Compensation for land acquired : special cases -- Compensation for disturbance and other matters -- Additional payments -- Compensation for leasehold interests and tenancies -- Compensation for the acquisition of agricultural land -- Special compensation procedures -- Compensation and tax -- Compensation for activities -- Mitigation of injurious effect of public works -- Compensation for decisions -- Statutory utilities : compensation for wayleaves and damages -- Human rights.
內容簡介top Compulsory Purchase and Compensation 簡介 Compulsory Purchase and Compensation is the essential guide to this complex and increasingly relevant area of the law. Now in its tenth edition, no other book presents the same level of information on the law relating to compulsory purchase and compensation in England and Wales in such an accessible way. The best-selling book on the subject, previous editions have been used by professionals and students alike in order to gain a full understanding of a key subject for any surveyor or lawyer.The book is also especially suited to those coming to this complex subject without a specific background in the law and ideal reading for those students taking planning and built environment law modules. Surveyors in particular will find this book invaluable.This new edition has been extensively revised, and reflects the Localism Act 2011 and other recent decisions of the courts and the Upper Tribunal, all of which will be of particular interest to those working on cases related to HS2, the proposed high-speed railway line from London to Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester.