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Posted by Sarah Beer on 17 February 2017

Sarah Beer Associate

Land interest questionnaires

With the HS2 (London – West Midlands) Hybrid Bill due to receive royal assent later this month, it looks as though HS2 are seeking to get their ducks in a row early.

We have received a land interest questionnaire already from HS2 in relation to our family farm, which is dissected by the route of phase 1. The eleven page document seeks confirmation of those persons or entities with any interest in the land, whether freehold or leasehold, and any easements or other legal interests, together with details of any leases and details of interests in respect of any neighbouring land. 

If you would like any assistance with completing your questionnaire, do get in touch with our team who will be happy to help. 

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Sarah Beer

Associate

Sarah advises farmers, landowners and all other individuals and businesses living and/or operating in the rural and farming community on a variety of matters.

Sarah Beer

Sarah advises farmers, landowners and all other individuals and businesses living and/or operating in the rural and farming community on a variety of matters.

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