Whether it is for maintaining existing apparatus or routes, acquiring new rights or acquiring land for upcoming schemes, companies as well as private individuals do approach landowners and occupiers. In these circumstances our knowledge of the surrounding legislation enables us to provide you with specific advice tailored to your circumstances and to confirm any statutory rights you might have.
If you have been issued with a compulsory purchase notice and need advice or if you need a knowledgeable expert that understands the complex legislation to negotiate with the utility companies then our team can do this.
Whether it’s a highway scheme, road alteration, national grid pylon or collapse of a mine we make sure you understand your entitlements, prepare wayleave or consent documents, arrange and secure lease agreements and are committed to getting the compensation that our clients are entitled to.
Current Utility and Infrastructure Projects
George F. White is currently acting on behalf of clients, on the following projects:-
NATIONAL GRID NORTH WEST COAST CONNECTION
- Aiming to connect Moorside, the proposed new nuclear power station, near Sellafield in West Cumbria, to the national grid
- 164 kilometres (102 miles) long connection following the coast of West Cumbria between Carlisle and the Furness peninsula to Morecombe Bay to Lancashire
- Following a similar path of the Electricity North West Pylons
- Costing £2.8 billion
- Building 348 pylons
- Removing 95 miles of existing pylons
A1 DUAL CARRIAGEWAY MORPETH TO ELLINGHAM
- £290 million to improve the A1 in Northumberland
- The project is over 13 miles
- It aims to improve safety, reduce delays, improve journey times, reliability and resilience of the A1 network in this area
- Three potential routes for the new road scheme due to be finalised to a preferred route late spring 2017