Hello just a few to see if you can advise me. During the summer came home a walk found 2 free-range work pierce the back of my house just finish putting a long black box of fibers and wires. I asked what they said about the land, we finished, but why did I have a problem that I said because it was my house and you did not have permission to drill my walls and put everything, what they said they thought was a board house and they had permission to say, I was a euphemism that I went to find the boss, but I could not send me an email and did not enamelle something I sounded and sounded and did not ring, so I thought I was waiting for all the covid to finish I received again with him in mid-October I received a path for more cables on the back of my house I told the officer who contacted him as I was disgusting with the behavior there he said , let me I`m going to make a claim for it and this 185 thread came in the mail this morning add an offer for this imight and a letter, to sign it right away, then I`m going to get my money I`m gobsmacked I`m looking for legal action or I legally accept a big company like BT I think I`m not going to get the chance that any board would be really grateful xxx In the first place, approach your local council with the details of the polar, etc. You should be able to redirect to your local departure for Council/County. This is the best way to get in touch at first. Across the UK, large metal electricity pylons have long been divided. You may have contact airline cables for nearby residential and residential areas. Some people consider it essential, others as unsightly and intrusive. Whatever point you see, the power must travel from the source to the destination in one way or another.
But if you are devastated by power lines, pylons and poles, there may be a glimmer of money in the form of departure agreements or omission payments. We have a large 25KVA I believe stem in the corner of our garden (wood stalk). This pole is rotten and the UKpower networks have agreed to replace, and I asked to move this from our garden, they agreed at no cost for it, because they have only one path for the owners in 95, we have lived here for 4 years. The question is, do you think we have something to do for the last 4 years, as they had originally quoted in `03 5k to do this work and now it`s free? Obviously, I`m glad we weren`t paying for it, but we wondered if we were due for the last 4 years of ownership. The value of the house is 550k. Thanks to Wayleave, this is an access provision that theoretically applies to telecommunications, supply and fibre optic companies. First, if you go directly to the company, you can advise yourself or get more involved in the itinerary of your area. I have spoken with South Eastern Power Distribution (part of the Scottish and Southern Group) which cover the South East and the Isle of Wight, and they say there is no need to go through a specialist law firm.
Upon request, they will directly verify whether consent or new consent should be acquired. If so, they will pay the full market value of the path. I don`t think much for land cables, but it`s better than a kick in the teeth. Please note that you should NEVER accept a company taking your route for a little less than a „no profit, no fee“ offer. If you look at the largest survey companies that currently support the claims, it proposes to do everything in exchange for 10-20% of the value of the damage. If you have openreach kit on your land or field, it is likely that he has discussed a BT holiday deal with you. All of the tips mentioned above and information, as well as those from my article on holiday payments and omission facilities will probably be able to help you with tips on how to discuss the appearance of issues.