A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme
I understand that the last date for registration of interested parties in respect of this scheme was 12th March. I have just been instructed by clients to act on their behalf in connection with the compulsory purchase of part of their land for widening of the A14.
Thank you for your enquiry. You are correct that the final date for making relevant representations was 12 March 2015, and unfortunately we are unable to extend this.
However, if your clients are listed in the Book of Reference then they will be considered as interested parties to the examination. The Book of Reference is on our website at attachment 1; the associated land plans which show the listed plots are at attachment 2;stage=app&filter=Drawings ? type the document reference ?2.03? in the filter box.
If your clients? plot is not on the land plans, it is not required for the development. If your clients are not listed in the Book of Reference, but have an interest in land, they can register to become an interested party with this form attachment 3.
If your clients are listed in the Book of Reference then we will invite them to the Preliminary Meeting; this letter will be issued in the coming month, and will be published on the page attachment 4. At the commencement of the examination they will be asked to provide a written representation. There will be further opportunities throughout the examination to provide comment in writing or at hearings into compulsory acquisition.