THE LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET (BRENT CROSSCRICKLEWOOD) COMPULSORY PURCHASE ORDER (NO.1) 2015Notice ID: MF0253523
LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET
THE LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET (BRENT CROSSCRICKLEWOOD) COMPULSORY PURCHASE ORDER (NO.1) 2015
The Town and Country Planning Act 1990, the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1976 and the Acquisition of Land Act 1981
1. Notice is hereby given that the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, in exercise of his powers under the above Acts, on 7December 2017, confirmed with modifications, The London Borough of Barnet (Brent Cross Cricklewood) Compulsory Purchase Order (No.1) 2015 submitted by the London Borough of Barnet.
2. The Order as confirmed provides for the purchase of the land and the new rights described in Schedule 1hereto for the purposes of facilitating its development, redevelopment or improvement by way of amixed-use scheme comprising retail, leisure and office development; hotel development; industrial, storage and distribution development; community facilities; residential development; car parking; public transport infrastructure and facilities; major infrastructure and highway works, and public realm and environmental improvement works, thereby contributing towards the promotion and/or the improvement of the economic, social and environmental well-being of the area.
3. Acopy of the Order as confirmed by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government and of the map referred to therein have been deposited at Barnet House, Planning Reception, 1255 High Road, Whetstone, N20 0EJ, Tel: 020 8359 2000 and may be seen at all reasonable hours.
4. The Order as confirmed becomes operative on the date on which this notice is first published. Aperson aggrieved by the Order may, byapplication to the High Court within 6weeks from that date, challenge its validity under section 23 of the Acquisition of Land Act 1981. The grounds for challenge can be that the authorisation granted by the Order is not empowered to be granted or thatthere has been afailure to comply with any relevant statutory requirement relating to the Order.
5. Once the Order has become operative, the London Borough of Barnetmay acquire any of the land described in Schedule 1below by executing ageneral vesting declaration under section 4of the Compulsory Purchase (Vesting Declarations) Act 1981. Astatement on the effect of Parts 2and 3of that Act is set out in Schedule 2below.
6. Every person who, if ageneral vesting declaration were executed under section 4 of that Act in respect of the land comprised in the Order (other than land in respect of which notice to treat has been given), would be entitled to claim compensation in respect of any such land, is invited to give informationtothe London Borough of Barnet at: Barnet House, 1255 High Road, Whetstone, London N20 0EJ about the person's name, address and interest in land, using aprescribed form. The relevant prescribed form is setout in Schedule 3below.
LAND AND THE NEW RIGHTS COMPRISED IN THE ORDER AS CONFIRMED
55.599 ha (137.39 acres) in the vicinity of Brent Cross Shopping Centre, Staples Corner, Brent Cross Interchange and Cricklewood Broadway situated within the London Borough of Barnet and comprising-
Land and Premises at-
Land to the north of the A406 North Circular Road, comprising the existing Brent Cross Shopping Centre, the bus station, the multi-storey car park, areas of surface level car parking, access roads, service areas, plant rooms, electricity substations, advertising hoardings, kiosks, and astretch of the River Brent.
Adrian Avenue railwayarches(including car park and adjacent yard); West End Vauxhall; land in the vicinity of Staples Corner Retail Park; Land in railway ownership in the vicinity
of Adrian Arches and Staples Corner Retail Park;
Land in the vicinity of 1and 40 Brent Park Road; 44 Brent Park Road;landtothe east of Elite House, Watling Street; 115 Brent Terrace;land to thewestof 117 BrentTerrace; Cardiff House, Tilling Road;landcomprising the carparktothe Holiday Inn Brent Cross, and electricity substation, and adjacent land,disusedcar park east of BrentSouth Shopping Park;
Units 6-19 and 21-25 Claremont Waylndustrial Estate, and adjacent land (including stores and car parks); residential care home known asRosa Freedman Centre, 17 Claremont Way, andland in the vicinity of Norden Point, Claremont Road; 1-16 Whitefield Avenue and land in the vicinity of Whitefield Avenue (includinggarages and electricity substation); Flats 1to12Anderson Court, Whitefield Avenue, and land in the vicinity of Anderson Court (including sheds and garages); Flats 1to12Dyson Court, Whitefield Avenue, and land in the vicinity of Dyson Court (including car park garages and sheds); Flats 1to12Rawlinson Court, Whitefield Avenue; and land in the vicinity of Rawlinson
Court (including sheds);
Land (including car park) in the vicinity of: The Exchange, 1-3 Brent Cross Gardens, Hendon Wayand Renters Avenue; 17 and 19, and 21-35 (odd) Brentmead Place; 111 Highfield Avenue; land in the vicinity of 2and 8Woodville Gardens; land west
of 125 Hamilton Road;
Part of 1Claremont Road; land in railway ownership at and in the vicinity of Cricklewood Station; stairwell access to the first floor of Crown Terrace, Cricklewood Lane; 164-168
(even) Cricklewood Broadway; 2c and 2b Cricklewood Lane.
Highways and Ways at-
The M1 Motorway and A406 North Circular Road, including the A406/A5/M1 and A406/ A41 junctions, footways, footpaths, footbridges, subway and flyovers;
Templehof Avenue; Templehof Bridge and link road to Tilling Road; Tilling Road; Brent Cross Flyover and Brent Cross Interchange; Brent Park Road; footways and access ways in the vicinity of 1and 40 Brent Park Road; Adrian Avenue including footbridge; Edgware Road including footpath; Brent Terrace; access road west of 117 Brent Terrace; access road to Cardiff House, Brent Terrace; Claremont Way; Whitefield Avenue; Claremont Road including footpath; Prayle Grove; footpaths in the vicinity of Norden Point; footpath east of
Rosa Freedman Centre; Stadium Road East; Etheridge Road; Spalding Road; Hendon
Way, Prince Charles Drive, Brentfield Gardens; Hendon Way; Haley Road; Highfield
Avenue; passageway at Edward Close; Cricklewood Broadway; Cricklewood Lane.
NewRights (to enable the carrying out and completion of works and subsequent
Dallas Road and land west of 68, 69 and 71 Dallas Road in connection with replacing
signage gantry on the M1 Motorway;
140 and 142 Brent Park Road, in connection with the construction of an improved
footway to the improved western access to the Brent Cross Shopping Centre;
Land, footways, highway and subway situated in the vicinity of The Exchange, Brent
Cross Gardens, in connection with works to the pedestrian underpass beneath the A41 and improvements to the A41;
1Claremont Road, land at Cricklewood Station, and land to the west of Claremont Road, in connection with the construction of new footways on Claremont Road and Cricklewood Lane in relation to the improved junction at Claremont Road/
2Cricklewood Lane in connection with the demolition of the existing staircase and the construction of anew staircase leading to 2-20 (even) Cricklewood Lane; 160 and 162 Cricklewood Broadway in connection with the demolition of 164-168 Cricklewood Broadway and the construction of anew building, including works of support and the right to swing the jib of acrane;
Part of highway(North Circular Road) and scrap yard, formerly known as (part of) 21 to 35 (odd) Brentmead Place, in connection with works for the construction of an embankment
and retaining wall and for connection to all service media;
Scrap yard, formerly known as (part of) 17 and 19 Brentmead Place, in connection with works for the construction of an embankment and retaining wall and for connection to all
FORM OF STATEMENT OF EFFECT OF PARTS 2AND 3OFTHE COMPULSORY PURCHASE (VESTING DECLARATIONS) ACT 1981
Power to execute ageneral vesting declaration
1. Once The London Borough of Barnet (Brent Cross Cricklewood) Compulsory Purchase Order (No.1) 2015 becomes operative, the London Borough of Barnet (hereinafter called the Acquiring Authority) may acquire any of the land described in Schedule 1above byexecuting ageneral vesting declaration under section 4of the Compulsory Purchase (Vesting Declarations) Act 1981 ("the Act"). This has the effect, subject to paragraphs 3and 5below, of vesting the land in the Acquiring Authority at the end of the period mentioned in paragraph 2below.
Notices concerning general vesting declaration
2. As soon as may be after the Acquiring Authority execute ageneral vesting declaration, they must serve notice of it onevery occupier of any ofthe land specified in the declaration (except land where there is one ofthe tenancies described in paragraph 4) and on every person who gives them information relating to the land in pursuance of the invitation contained in the Confirmation Notice ofthe Order. When the service of notices ofthe general vesting declaration is completed, aperiod specified in the declaration, of not less than three months, will begin to run. On the first day after the end of this period the land described in the declaration will, subject to what is said in paragraphs 3and 5, vest in the Acquiring Authority together with the right to enter on the land and take possession of it. Every person on whom the Acquiring Authority could have served anotice to treat in respect of hisinterest in the land (other than atenant under one ofthe tenancies described in paragraph 4) will be entitled to claim compensation for the acquisition of his interest in the land, with interest on the compensation from the vesting date. 3.The "vesting date"for anyland specified in adeclaration willbethe firstday after the end of the periodmentioned inparagraph 2above, unless acounter-notice isserved under Schedule A1 to the Act within that period. In such circumstances, the vesting date for the land which isthe subject of a counter-notice will be determined in
3.The accordance with Schedule A1.
Modifications with respect to certain tenancies
4. In thecase of certain tenancies, the position stated above is subject to modifications. The modifications apply wherethe tenancy is either a"minor tenancy", i.e. atenancy for ayear or ayearly tenancy or alesser interest, or is alongtenancy which is about to expire". The latter expression means atenancy granted for an interest greater than aminor tenancy but having on the vestingdate aperiod still to run which is not more than the period specified in the declaration for this purpose (which mustbemore than ayear). In calculating how long atenancy has still to run, whereany option to renew or terminateitis available to either party, itshall be assumed thatthe landlord will take every opportunity open to him to terminatethe tenancy while the tenant will use every opportunity to retain or renew his interest.
5. The modifications are that the Acquiring Authority may not exercise the right of entry referred to in paragraph 2inrespect of land subject to atenancy described in paragraph 4unless they first serve notice to treat in respect of the tenancy and then serve every occupier of the land with anoticeoftheir intention to enter and take possession after the period (not less than three months from the service of the notice) specified in the notice. The right of entry will be exercisable at the end of that period. The vesting of the land will be subject to the tenancy until the end of that period or until the tenancy comes to an end, whichever happens first.
SCHEDULE 3 FORM FOR GIVING INFORMATION THE LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET (BRENTCROSSCRICKLEWOOD) COMPULSORY PURCHASE ORDER (No.1) 2015
To: Karen Mercer Brent Cross Cricklewood Programme Director Strategic Planning Regeneration
London Borough of Barnet Barnet House 1255 High Road Whetstone London N20 0EJ
[I] [We] being [a person] [persons] who, if ageneral vesting declaration were executed under section 4ofthe Compulsory Purchase (Vesting Declarations) Act 1981 in respect of all the land comprised in the compulsory purchase order cited above in respect of which notice to treat has not been given, would be entitled to claim compensation in respect of [all] [part of] that land, give you the following information, pursuant to the provisions of section 15 of,orparagraph 6ofSchedule 1, to the Acquisition of Land Act 1981.
1. Name and address of informant(s) (i)
2. Land in which an interest is held by informant(s) (ii)
3. Nature of interest (iii)
[on behalf of].............................................................................................................................................................
(i) In the case of ajoint interest insert the names and addresses of all the informants.
(ii) The land should be described concisely.
(iii) If the interest is leasehold, the date of commencement and length of term should be given. If the land is subject to amortgageorother incumbrance, details should be given, e.g. name of building society and roll number.
Dated: 4th January 2018 Cath Shaw Deputy Chief Executive and Commissioning Director for Growth and Development On behalf of London Borough of Barnet