Neil Cameron is a renowned expert in the field with regards to infrastructure and services crossing private land, having been involved in the provision of wayleave services to a number of utilities since 1996 through framework agreements with two national companies. He is a member of the Compulsory Purchase Association and is well placed to provide specialist advice and solutions for land, property and homeowners, developers, property managers and others, faced with the problem of overhead electricity lines, poles, pylons, buried cables, water and gas pipelines, roads and railway lines affecting property in Scotland.
The laws and procedures covering compulsory purchase and compensation have long been held to be one of the most complex areas of law; landowners require professional representation where attention to detail is critical. In recognition of this, the statutorily enabled authorities will meet Cameron’s fees in providing professional advice to clients whether they are landowners, house or business owners or agricultural tenants.
Cameron have successfully negotiated land sales, injurious affection, severance and disturbance claims through direct negotiation with the acquiring authority, district valuer or other appointed agents; considerably in excess of clients expectations.
If you have been approached by Transport Scotland, a local authority, water, gas or electricity company, renewable energy developer or other third party looking to do any works on your property, you are likely to benefit from receiving professional advice. Cameron would be delighted to advise and guide you through this complex process and help you achieve the best possible outcome.