Nyear Yaseen

Partner • United Kingdom

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Nyear Yaseen

Partner • United Kingdom

Yaseen, a Compulsory Purchase Order specialist and Registered Valuer, has advised numerous public and private sector clients on compulsory purchase schemes.  

Starting her career in the public sector, she has worked on large scale redevelopment schemes where land was being assembled using compulsory purchase powers. More recently she has been a specialist advisor on several regeneration schemes, road schemes and has acted on behalf of claimants affected by HS2. 

Providing advice from project inception, her services include strategic advice in respect of land assembly strategy supported by a Property Cost Estimate, through to the negotiations to acquire land by agreement and progressing the CPO simultaneously and thereafter settlement of compensation claims.   

Yaseen has represented both acquiring authorities and claimants in Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) references. 

She is a member of the Compulsory Purchase Association and routinely provides client briefings on matters in relation to CPO.   


Land Assembly Services

Regeneration projects often involve the challenging task of assembling sites from smaller parcels of land. 

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Landowners With Land being Acquired

Compulsory Purchase Orders can be a taxing experience for landowners, who may only receive notice of an acquiring authorities’ intention once the decision has been made.

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