It is also worth mentioning – these agreements are relatively easy to conclude, and the survey fee paid by the electricity company to brokers is more than sufficient given the actual work that is taken into account in each agreement. Obviously, I`m a little biased, but as a claim manager at PCC, we don`t take a percentage of the customer tax, because there`s really no need for its excess. 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. Home value 550k. Thanks to me, I followed a Wayleave agreement with UKPN by TB; I have a pole with only one stay, with an 11KV cable about 80″ from my house; The cable falls and turns on and next to my house (about 3m from the property) for a total length of 80m. 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. The BT Openreach website also contains details of access to the BCOM Legal Code Notice forms (paragraph 39, paragraph 1) that must be completed if you are the owner of the land and you have a freedom agreement that BT is looking for you. But not everyone is entitled to these payments and that is where things get tough.
First, compensation can only be paid once. This means that if you said before, or if the previous owner said it, you are unlucky. In that sense, if you are on the huge metal masts to assert the thing carefully.