Expropriation, Land Valuation, Development Charges, Community Benefits

There is a financial aspect of growth and development. Whether it is a need that privately owned land be acquired for public infrastructure and its owner compensated, or a requirement that new development contribute to the provision of services and infrastructure, diverging perceptions of what’s fair naturally trigger conflict. Working with public and private interests, our panelists have the experience and expertise to assist parties to negotiate sustainable solutions. Areas of expertise include:

  • expropriation compensation disputes
  • development charge disputes
  • land valuation disputes
  • education development charge disputes
  • community benefits disputes
  • development cost-sharing disputes