On Demand Module
The Land Compensation Claims Protocol -
Two Year Review
This is a CPA event, which has been hosted by CPT Events
Date of Recorded Event:
2 July 2020
1.5 hours CPD
1 hour 22 minutes
The use of CPO powers remains a key tool in assembling land for property development, regeneration and renewal; for schemes large and small. The CPO and compensation landscape has been transformed in the past decade and continues to develop new and effective practices.
In recent years, The CPA’s Land Compensation Claims Protocol (adopted in 2018) was created and published as a benchmark standard for the conduct of land compensation claims by promoters, claimants and their advisors.
The protocol is almost two years old and the CPA are reviewing its impact and will look ahead to consider the Protocol’s role and potential changes required to continue to shape and improve the conduct of compensation cases.
- David Holland, Partner, National Compulsory Purchase & Compensation Team, Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP
- Paul Astbury BSc (Hons) FRICS, Partner, Head of Compulsory Purchase, Carter Jonas LLP
How did we get to here? – an introduction from the chair
- Why the need for the protocol?
- The catalysts for change
- Whose protocol?
- What weight does it carry?
What does the protocol say: an overview of the protocol provisions
- Key aims and principles
- Who has to abide by it?
- Behaviours expected from promoters and claimant advisors
Consequences for non-compliance
- Consequences for non-compliance and review of Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) decisions
- Assessment of impact of the protocol on conduct of claims:
- What is the level of uptake and usage in the market? Review of survey results
- Issues that have come to our attention from the survey
- Looking ahead - what next for the protocol and wider measures to improve conduct of compensation claims.
Question & Answer Session