We recognise that living through Compulsory Purchase can be very difficult. Homes are far more than just a roof over your head. They are a place where you can feel relaxed, bring up a family, put down roots and thrive. Securing fair Compulsory Purchase compensation can be difficult without professional support.

It may be that your intention is to receive a fair Market Value and Compulsory Purchase compensation. Perhaps it is to prevent Compulsory Purchase. Perhaps it is to be helped through what is a difficult process. Our team of Chartered Surveyors and support staff are here to help those affected by Compulsory Purchase.

OUR NEWS

Internal promotion

Jessica Moss promotion to Office Manager As of 1st February 2018, our Office Administrator...

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Congratulations to our Louie

Louie becomes an RICS Registered Valuer In January 2018, our Senior Surveyor Louie Webb...

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Our Natasha Lamptey gains an MSc

Congratulations Natasha Our Assistant Surveyor, Natasha Lamptey has successfully gained a Masters Degree in...

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£4,000 Donation for Grenfell Tower

Our fourth Sawyer Fielding Gives Back Donation : £4,000 for Grenfell Tower On 14th...

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Sheerwater Plans

  Regeneration plans given go-ahead On 6th April 2017, Woking Council’s Cabinet approved the...

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Consultation to Mayor’s Estate plan

Good practice guide to Estate Regeneration (Homes for Londoners) Mayor London, Sadiq Khan has...

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