Chartered Surveyors, Estate Agents, Property Consultants

Can a utility company lay apparatus on my land?

In order to provide the necessary infrastructure a utility provider has certain legislative powers to enable them to lay apparatus in/on private land. They must however follow strict procedures and compensate landowners for both the existence of the apparatus and any damage/disturbance arising out of the work.

At Fenn Wright we have the necessary skill and experience to guide you through the compulsory purchase process, ensuring your rights are protected and that you are properly remunerated.


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