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31 Cadogan Square Freehold Ltd v Earl Cadogan (2010)

Summary

These two conjoined appeals, heard over 7 days, concerned several complex issues relating to the price payable on collective enfranchisement for substantial properties in Cadogan Square.

Facts

The main arguments concerned the existence of potential additional development value for conversion of the building from flats to a house, including planning issues, the nature of the advice that a purchaser would obtain, and the appropriate approach to valuation, together with points concerning the admissibility of evidence and the correct values to be applied.

Held

Andrew Walker acted for the successful appellant in one of appeals.

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Judgment
16 Sep 2010

Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber)

References
‚Äč[2010] UKUT 321 (LC) 

Members
Andrew Walker QC

Practice areas
Real Estate