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Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
For now could you please give me a brief background?
Thanks for your help in this. This concerns a compulsory purchase order public inquiry in relation to a new road which would dest***** *****belt land near me, although I would not be directly affected by it. I wish to object, and I am trying to decide whether I can afford to send a representative to the inquiry, as I do not wish to speak at the inquiry myself. I have the other option of sending a letter of objection, but this may not carry as much weight. Joanna Hulme
Yes you can have someone represent you and your interests.
The cost is likely to be £150 per hour but you would also need to factor in preparation time, travel to and from the hearing as well as the cost of the hearing itself.
Those are the likely costs
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
No, that's all I needed. Thanks.- Joanna