The government is being urged to speed up compensation payments to elderly people affected by the HS2 high-speed rail line.
In October, some people living in Long Eaton, complained about wide-ranging valuations of the same property.
Speaking in the Commons, MP Maggie Throup, whose Erewash constituency includes the town, said: "We may get there in the end with compensation...but it takes so long."
Transport secretary Chris Grayling said his department was working as fast as it could to finalise the East Midlands leg of HS2.
He added that the government would be doing everything it could to "minimise the impact" on residents.