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If a property you own is affected by road, rail or power line projects then you may have a right to claim compensation. It can be a distressing turn of events, particularly if Compulsory Purchase Orders are made and property blight becomes an issue. Established in 1996, Thomson Broadbent is the UK’s leading RICS regulated property compensation company having negotiated over 40,000 highway related compensation claims and over 3,000 electricity power line related claims. Examples of successful settlement claims secured for clients in urban and residential areas can be viewed here. Our terms are simple. We will only recommend accepting an offer if we believe it is in your interest to do so, but we’re confident that our thoroughly professional approach will result in the best possible property compensation claim for you. Appointing us on a no-win, no-fee basis is a very straightforward process. To see if you qualify for compensation, or if you would like to talk without obligation to one of our surveyors, please call or contact Us. We look forward to hearing from you.

Land Compensation Act 1973 Part 1 Claims

Part 1 of the Land Compensation Act 1973 provides that compensation can be claimed for residential property that has been reduced in value due to physical factors such noise and pollution caused by public works, even though no land is acquired.

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Electricity Power Line Compensation Claims

It is possible to seek compensation (as a one time only payment) for the impact of overhead electricity cables and pylons on the value of a property if a pylon is on your land or the lines do, or are able to, physically cross your land (for example in high winds).

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Land Acquisition Compensation Claims

In the event of your property becoming subject to a proposed or actual Compulsory Purchase you need expert advice. Thomson Broadbent are the UK’s leading property compensation surveyors providing professional regulated advice and guidance at a critical time.

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Property Blight Applications

The legal concept of blight is much misunderstood. Neighbours will often complain of “blight” when a controversial development is perceived to have an impact on property values. We can consider the options available to you and challenge the project promoters.

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“ We would like to thank you very much indeed for all you have done to bring the compensation application to a satisfactory end. We have now heard from the Highways Agency and everything, to our knowledge, has now been settled. ”

J.W.T. Hill

“ Thank you for your letter informing us that you have negotiated the £9,200 compensation. I very much appreciate the work you have done on our behalf and will look forward to hearing form the Highways Agency in due course. ”

J. Noble

“ Thank you very much for your letter and congratulations on achieving the compensation of £10,500.00 on my behalf. ”

C. Patel

“ The Highways Agency have recently advised me that a sum of £4,510.14 has been placed in my account as compensation for the building of the A6 by-pass. I would like to take this opportunity of thanking you for your efforts in securing this payment. ”

A.R. Sawinski

“ We would like to thank you for the work you have put in regarding our compensation. It is nice to know that there are people willing to help. ”

E. M. Routliffi

“ Many thanks for your efforts on our behalf in negotiating compensation for reduction in the value of our home. We are very pleased (and surprised) at the outcome.”

G. A. Osborne

Recent Settlements

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