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NC 210 to US 17 Bypass Hampstead

US 17 Hampstead Bypass and Military Cutoff Road ExtensionNC 210 to US 17 Bypass Hampstead-1-minProject Overview

According to NCDOT a large bypass project is planned around Hampstead, NC. This project is happening in different pieces. It includes improving the U.S. 17 and Market Street Corridors in Pender and Hanover Counties, extending Military Cutoff Road in Wilmington from Market to U.S. 17 and building a bypass around Hampstead.This massive project will affect 125 parcels of land. NCDOT has allocated approximately 30 million dollars for land acquisition. Right of way is planned for 2018 through 2020.If your land will be affected by the new Hampstead Bypass or “improvements” to U.S. 17, Market Street and Military Road you need to fully understand your rights.

Sever Storey represents North Carolina landowners who are having their land acquired for road projects by NCDOT. If you would like a free analysis of the impacts caused by NCDOT land acquisition, eminent domain or condemnation call us at 888-318-3761 or email info@landownerattorneys.com for a free review of your case.

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