The Annual CPO Convention 2021: Session 2
In the second and final session of The Annual CPO Convention 2021, we look at General Vesting Declaration and Notice to Treat along with the practical matters arising in both. A what to do and what not to do, when it comes to Enforcement Matters; and a National Grid's London Power Tunnel 2 Case Study.
Module Duration: 1 hour 59 minutes
General Vesting Declaration (GCD), or Notice to Treat (NTT)
- The difference between GVD and NTT. Which is best? Which carries greatest danger?
- When to agree price, pay compensation and taking title
- Time scales and time limits
- Can a promoter serve both?
- Can GVD or NTT be rescinded?
- Implementation of CPO by notice to treat and by GVD
Practical Matters Arising
- Can you serve all interests, some interests, or part of an interest?
- Dealing with additional rights
- What interests can not be vested?
- Blight - Blight and voluntary compensation schemes
- Dealing with landowners (receiving the claimant's response, material detriment - taking part only)
- Practicalities of taking land
- Transfer of title
Enforcement Matters - A Practical Guide on What to Do and What Not To Do - David Asker
- Listen to your bailiffs
- Options and best practice
- Enforcement of CPO's
- How the CPO is actually enforced
- Eviction remedies
- What happens when the landowner or occupier will not co-operate
- £1 billion capital investment
- 32.5km of tunnelling with an average depth of 30m under 7 London boroughs
- The scheme seeks to rewire the capital
- The desire was to acquire all land and rights required through negotiation, but ran 2 CPOs alongside negotiations
- Caroline Daly, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
- James Franklin, Director, CBRE
- David Asker, Authorised High Court Enforcement Officer, High Court Enforcement Group Ltd
- Steve Harkin MRICS, Major Projects Surveyor - Land & Property, National Grid
- Harry Stubbs, Associate Director, Dalcour Maclaren
- Nicola Page, Associate, Dalcour Maclaren