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For almost 5 years the Encyclopedia of Compulsory Purchase and Compensation has offered a complete and fully up-to-date guide to this complex area of the law. The two-volume looseleaf:Provides a complete and up-to-date guide to the complex provisions of the law relating to compulsory purchasePresents detailed coverage of the powers of relevant authoritiesExamines the authorisation procedure for compulsory purchase orders, procedure after the order, and compensationExplains the rules which regulate entitlement to compensation if a landowner or occupier suffers lossAdvises on the best methods and procedures for challenging compulsory purchase ordersDiscusses and explains purchase notice and blight notice proceduresProvides tables which show the main Acts authorising acquisition in accordance with the Acquisition of Land Act 1981 and those which confer powers of acquisition not governed by the 1981 ActReproduces all the Acts, fully annotated, which comprise the general law relating to compulsory purchase and compensationIncludes the text of over 1 SIs and 4 circulars with expert commentaryContains a section of case summaries which contains details of over 2 key judicial decisions including leading decisions of the Lands TribunalDuring 212 the Encyclopedia will cover the following changes:The Localism Act 211 received the Royal Assent on November 15, 211. In accordance with s.128 of and Sch.13 to the Act, the Infrastructure Planning Commission (the “IPC”) is to be abolished and the powers conferred by the Planning Act 28 in respect of applications for development consent for nationally significant infrastructure projects are to be transferred to the Secretary of State. Formal transfer of such powers will have been achieved by April 1, 212; the IPC will cease to exist on March 31, 212. The Localism Act 211 (Commencement No.2 and Transitional and Saving Provision) Order 212 (SI 212/57) was made on January 11, 212. The Order brought part of the relevant provisions of the 211 Act into effect thereby enabling interim arrangements to be made for the transitional period which will occur in respect of applications for development consent already made to the IPC, but which have not yet been determined. These arrangements are to be made pursuant to a direction given by the Secretary of State.Further delegated legislation relevant to the IPC has recently been included in the Encyclopedia, including:The Infrastructure Planning (Changes to and Revocation of Development Consent Orders) Regulations 211 (SI 211/255)The Infrastructure Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) (Amendment) Regulations 211 (SI 211/2741)Section232 of the Localism Act 211 provides for the repeal and replacement of ss 14-18 of the Land Compensation Act 1961 relevant to: (a) the planning assumptions that are to be made in determining claims for compensation following compulsory acquisition of land, and (b) applications for and appeals relevant to certificates of appropriate alternative development.Annotations to these revised provisions will be included in future Releases. CONTENTSIntroductionComments on the principal current statutesPowers and subject-matterAuthorisation procedure: compulsory purchase ordersProcedure after confirmation of a compulsory purchase orderCompensation for compulsory purchaseAnnotated statutes including:Lands Tribunal Act 1949Land Compensation Act 1961Compulsory Purchase Act 1965Land Compensation Act 1973Acquisition of Land Act 1981Compulsory Purchase (Vesting Declarations) Act 1981Planning and Compensation Act 1991Transport and Works Act 1992Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 24Rules and ordersRate of interest after entry regulationsCircularsCasesSUBSCRIPTION INFORMATIONInitial price includes updating releases until December 213. We will contact you each year to find out if you wish to renew your subscription.AVAILABLE ONLINEGain access to the expert authority of the Encyclopedia of Compulsory Purchase and Compensation on Westlaw UK.For more information call 8 28 22 orspeak to your Account Managerwww.westlaw.co.uk


 
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