Legat Owen undertakes a wide range of valuations for:
- Bank advisory and secured lending purposes
- Financial statement and accounts
- Pension fund, including SIPP and SSAS
- Sale and Purchase reports
- Investment property
- Portfolio valuations
The company has a team of RICS Registered Valuers who can provide valuations for all types of commercial property including retail, industrial, office and develoment land.
Our reports are fully compliant with the latest RICS Valuation Standards and completed to the highest standard.
We cover a wide geographical area with a particular emphasis upon Chester, Wirral North Wales, Merseyside an Greater Manchester.
Key clients include AJ Bell, Barclays Bank, Cheshire West & Chester Council, Enterprise Inns, Handelsbanken, Mattioli Woods, Standard Life, University of Chester and Welsh Government.
Compulsory Purchase Orders enables certain acquiring authorities or government bodies through statute the power to acquire land or property without the consent of the owner whilst paying compensation to the owner.
Compulsory Purchase Schemes can be complex, contentious area of law and valuation. Legat Owen can advise on all aspects of compulsory purchase including where property is acquired, the value of the property, disturbance claims, severance and injurious affection claims, loss payments and Part 1 claims were no land is taken.
Legat Owen can act on behalf of individuals who may find their property, or part of their property the subject of a Compulsory Purchase Order, or companies who find their property the subject of a CPO scheme. We can advise on both domestic and commercial property.
Our in house surveyor Liz Draycott has dealt with numerous CPO schemes on behalf of the acquiring authorities including dealing with the Part 1 Claims for the development of Jct 8 on the M62, land acquired for works along the M6 whilst working for HMRC, as well more recently at Legat Owen acting on behalf of a private client for land purchased due to the development of HS2.
In CPO schemes agent fees are normally met by the acquiring authority meaning there should be no cost to the client for seeking professional advice.