Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPO)
Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPO) allow Government to obtain lands for projects that are funded for the purposes of benefiting the general public.
Compulsory Purchase Orders have been widely used in Ireland. The New Ross by-pass and Waterford City by-pass are just some examples of same. Property owners are often distressed when they receive a Compulsory Purchase Order and are uncertain as to what steps to take to deal with same.
It is our advice that the land the subject of the Compulsory Purchase Order to be assessed by a Chartered Valuation Surveyor. The Surveyor will assist in preparing a claim for compensation and accurately assess the value of the land in question.
It is also recommended to contact your Solicitor to seek their advice in relation to the Compensation Claim before it is submitted to the Local Authority.
For further information in respect of Compulsory Purchase Orders, please do not hesitate to contact Thomas Carroll of this office at firstname.lastname@example.org .