Sunday, March 22, 2009

Two Moseley properties being compulsory purchased

Two Moseley properties - 75 Alcester Road and 60 Elizabeth Road - are being compulsory purchased by Birmingham City Council.
A public enquiry is being held on 24-26 March 2009 at 10am at the Birmingham Midland Institute, Margaret Street.
The public enquiry is an opportunity for the owners of these properties to argue why their properties should not be compulsory purchase. At time of writing, the owners have put no objections in.
The two properties are being compulsory purchased under powers that local authorities have with regards to long term void domestic properties. In the case of these two properties they have been empty since at least prior to 2004.
These two properties will most likely be subsequently auctioned, with a condition that the owner gets them back into habital condition and occupied within 1 year.
The Council is still finalising the paperwork to compulsory purchase the former Sorrento Hospital buildings at 128 and 130 Anderton Park Road.


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