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Stage 1 of the Wynnum Road corridor upgrade involves the proposed widening of Lytton Road between Latrobe Street and Canning Bridge from four to six lanes. In October 2014, the Brisbane City Council announced that 38 properties would be compulsorily acquired for the project, with a further 7 properties to be partially acquired.

Slater and Gordon is a national law firm that has expertise in representing affected landowners to ensure they receive all compensation they are entitled to at law. We have already assisted hundreds of people who have had their family homes, business premises or investment properties compulsorily acquired by major projects such as the Gold Coast Light Rail, the Cross River Rail at Yeerongpilly, the Pacific Highway upgrade and the widening of Gympie Road for the Department of Transport’s Busways Program.

Our experience has shown that with the right advice the amount of compensation obtained is often considerably higher than first offered. It is important that those affected obtain expert advice about their entitlements. The moment your land is impacted by a compulsory acquisition process you may be able to trigger your entitlement to compensation. It is important that you know where you stand.

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Vincent Butcher of our Compulsory Acquisition team recently spoke to the Property Observer about the Lytton Road property acquisitions

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