I had a Wayleave agreement with UKPN on tuberculosis; I have a mast with a single stay that carries an 11KV cable about 80` from my home; The cable goes down and up and passes next to my house (about 3 m from the property) for a total length of 80 m. Do these payments apply to telephone lines? I have a telephone pole in my backyard, near the front door of the house that carries the lines for two other houses as well as mine, I imagine you need to identify the supplier and contact them about existing arrangements/arrangements. I hope you should be able to help in the first place. That`s why we`ve already mentioned that you use a Wayleave Agreement surveyor to make claims for you. They are qualified in the field and are much more likely to negotiate a larger payment. A larger payment that would most likely deny the percentage you would give them in their commission. It also means you can sit back and get track of Wayleave`s request, which can last up to almost two years. Plus, if your home is mortgaged, they will help work with your mortgage lender. This is also important, as they still “technically” own your home. Hello just a few short questions to see if you can recommend something to me. In the summer, I was coming home from a walk and found 2 workers within open range piercing the back of my house, just a box and black fiber threads. Unfortunately, real estate, land, utilities, and conditions mean it`s very difficult to compare payments and claims side-by-side.
Have you tried to contact those responsible for your local roadmap through your local council? If you have an openreach kit on your land or property, it is likely that bt has discussed a Wayleave agreement with you. All of the above tips and information, as well as those in my article on Wayleave payments and Wayleave easements, can probably help you with tips on how to discuss the issues that arise. BT Openreach`s website also contains details on how to access forms related to OFCOM`s legal notice (§ 39(1)), which must be completed if you are the landowner and have a Wayleave agreement that BT verifies for you. We need a Wayleave agreement to install or repair Openreach devices on private land where they serve people who are not the rightful owner of the land. For example, the provision of services to a tenant. Hello, thank you for your comment. the typical length of time to successfully claim Wayleave compensation is usually 24 to 48 months. It really depends on the complexity of the case, the number of properties affected, and whether there are any existing applicants. .