The New South Wales state government has announced the metro rail line from central Sydney to Parramatta is to be opened by 2030.
Almost 135 properties will be compulsorily acquired for construction of the $20 billion-plus metro rail line, including the Hunter Connection building, offices between Union Street and Pyrmont Bridge Road, as well as a number of others in the CBD including 28-34 O'Connell Street. The stations will be built at:
- Sydney Olympic Park
- North Strathfield
- Burwood North
- Five Dock
- The Bays Precinct at Rozelle
- Hunter Street (CBD)
If you believe you will be affected by the potential acquisition get in contact with us as soon as possible.
If you own your property our work is at no cost to you, as the Authority is legally required to pay our costs and we will only seek payment from the Authority – not you.
What we can do for you
Our team has acted for individuals, communities and businesses affected by all kinds of acquisitions. We can help you understand your legal rights and ensure you receive the compensation you're entitled to.
Our experienced compulsory acquisition lawyers can help you:
- Understand the applicable statutory compensation regime
- Develop negotiation strategies to maximise your compensation
- Conduct negotiations on your behalf with the acquiring authority
- Escalate disputes to a Tribunal or Court hearing if necessary
- Conduct court proceedings if required.
We develop all claims with the aid of a team of experienced experts including property valuers, town planners, forensic accountants, engineers, and business and marketing consultants. You can rely on us to achieve the best possible compensation outcome for you.
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If you think you may be affected by the Metro West Rail acquisition, get in touch today