Scottish Compulsory Purchase Association

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The Compulsory Purchase Association in Scotland



The Compulsory Purchase Association is a not for profit member organisation that promotes best and effective practice in delivering land for infrastructure, housing and regeneration. It is non partisan and does not support or oppose specific schemes. Its members represent acquiring authorities and claimants.

The Compulsory Purchase Association Scottish (CPAS) represents the interests of CPA in Scotland.

The CPA has a separate site for England and Wales. Click here to visit.   
Affected by a CPO?
If you are effected by a Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO), then you can click here and review some of the documents we have prepared to help you decide what to do. The CPA cannot provide professional advice, and we cannot enter into any commentary to help you. But our members potentially can help you. The CPA is a member interest organisation, and we do not assess our members' expertise, knowledge or experience.
Want to become a member?
The CPA has over 700 members, with over 50 Scottish members. New members are always welcome from surveyors, solicitors, barristers, planners, accountants and others associated with the delivery or management of compulsory purchase, whether acting for claimants or acquirers. Want to join, click here why you should, click here

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