Scottish landowners face cap on CPO payments in simplified planning areas

The committee tasked with scrutinising Scotland's emerging planning bill has agreed an amendment to the legislation which would allow councils to compulsorily purchase land at existing use value in designated simplified planning areas.

by Mark Wilding
Scottish Parliament. Image credit: Matthew Ross
Scottish Parliament. Image credit: Matthew Ross

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