Compulsory purchase orders
Asset valuations for compulsory purchase orders
Obtain optimum compensation for total extinguishment or business interruption
With an increasing number of public projects (such as HS2) being approved for development, the need for asset valuations for compulsory purchase orders is becoming ever more prevalent.
Acquiring authorities, asset owners and their advisors trust Hickman Shearer to:
• Conduct compulsory purchase asset valuations in accordance with statutory guidelines
• Put them in a better position for compensation negotiation
If required, they rely on Hickman Shearer to achieve the highest realisation when selling assets in connection with total business extinguishment.
Asset valuations for local authorities
Provide the information you need to calculate a fair assessment of compensation due to the claimant.
Asset valuations for claimants
Provide the help you need to identify which assets fall within each area of your claim. In addition optimise the value of each area of your claim.
Your quality guarantee
Understanding capital asset valuation issues requires insight, expertise and experience.
Hickman Shearer is a RICS regulated firm employing high calibre experienced RICS qualified professionals, each of whom has a successful track record of providing asset owners and their advisors with:
- Robust and relevant asset valuations
- Supporting detailed market analysis
- Technical guidance and impartial, authoritative advice
The standards Hickman Shearer’s team works to are both demanded and recognised around the world, ensuring a trusted universal approach and a set of consistent skills globally.
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Join the list of organisations Hickman Shearer provides asset valuation for compulsory purchase orders for
Worcestershire County Council, South Oxfordshire District Council.