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I am just outside of the HS" zone for compulsory purchase.

However,I put my house up for sale 4 weeks ago, and have had 2 viewers.

Both said they like the house but the threat of HS2 having framework across the road put them off buying my house.

 

 I am aware that I can take HS2 to court and get the court judge to (hopefully),force HS2 to purchase my house at market value under the Blight Order.

 

 How do I go about starting the process?.

Which court would the case go to?.

Am i best enlisting a claims specialist with success in this field?.

 

 The estate agent who my house is on the market with has told me that they have the feedback documentation from the 2 viewers testifying that HS2 put them off buying my house, so they would be available to the court.

 

 Apparently there has already been 1 successful case on my street, and 1 two streets down, and there is another case on my street going through the court.

 

 Any help, laws,quotes etc would be greatly appreciated.

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Have you spoken to the people who claimed? They should be able to tell you what they did and who helped them.

 

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Have you spoken to the Solicitor handling your house sale ? If so, what do they think ?

 

Given HS2 seems to have plenty of money to defend cases brought against them, you would need a Solicitors that could deal with any arguments raised by HS2.

 

And HS2 is up for review before end of the year, which might lead to changes or project cancelled.


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I haven't instructed a solicitor yet as there have not been any offers on the house.

 I don't know if the estate agent who has my house up for sale would be able to give me the address of the 2 houses whose owners took HS2 to court.GDPR brerach I would guess.

 I could hang on until after the review to see if HS2 gets cancelled.Certainly there has not been any engineering or works of any kind in my area,other than cable laying last year.That's it,nothing else so far.

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I need to sell quickly and look for a bungalow or park home as I was diagnosed with Osteo Arthritis around 4 years ago, and I am starting to struggle to get up and down stairs.And in may this year,I had a seizure, so don't want to risk another seizure whilst coming down stairs.

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