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The HS2 (London – West Midlands) Act 2017

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Posted by Sarah Beer on 23 February 2017

Sarah Beer - HS2 Specialist Lawyer
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Sarah Beer

Senior Associate

Sarah specialises in compulsory purchase and compensation, advising land and property owners and occupiers on legal and practical issues raised by infrastructure projects, most notably the HS2 Rail Project.

Sarah Beer

Sarah specialises in compulsory purchase and compensation, advising land and property owners and occupiers on legal and practical issues raised by infrastructure projects, most notably the HS2 Rail Project.

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