The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) US 17 Hampstead Bypass project begins at a proposed interchange with the US 17 Wilmington Bypass in New Hanover County. The proposed roadway will extend northwest into Pender County to a proposed interchange with NC 210. From this interchange, the proposed bypass continues north on existing US 17 to Sloop Point Loop Road.
The Military Cutoff Road Extension portion of the project will begin at a proposed interchange at Military Cutoff Road and Market Street interchange and extend to a proposed interchange with the US 17 Wilmington Bypass, approximately midway between I-40 and Market Street.Click here to view detailed maps of this project
Under the North Carolina Map Act, property owners have been restricted from using their property as they wish since 2011. These restrictions include the inability to:
- obtain building permits
- improve or substantially alter the land
- develop or subdivide the property
- sell land for full value
At Henson Fuerst, we are currently representing land owners in both Pender and New Hanover County, and have filed lawsuits against the NCDOT for this inverse condemnation, alleging that the protected corridors are unconstitutional, improperly deprive landowners of the free use of their land, and have caused significant financial loss.
Helping Landowners Face the NCDOT
We’re here to answer your questions if the NCDOT is taking your land or has placed restrictions on its use. Our North Carolina eminent domain lawyers know what you’re going through, and we’re ready to help you get the fair treatment you deserve.
Contact Henson Fuerst to talk about your land condemnation case today—just dial (919) 781-1107 or complete our free initial consultation form.