I would suggest first of all whether there is an agreement between the former landowners and SSE? Advice from your local road manager would be an interesting option, as they may have details about your current land in the land registry. Do you have any discussions with SSE about their access to the country? Hello, we have been living in the same property in South Norfolk since 2003. We have a large mast on our land and every year we receive a payment from EDF for about 42 dollars. Then uk Power Networks and that continued, but during the closure I realized that we had no payment for a good or two year, so UKPN contacted and it was said that they were doing audits and audits and I would hear. Now they have started again with the recommendation that they go back to the payments, but asked me to sign to agree on $190 for the 15-year agreement or $21.61 a year. I asked why they were halving the amount and the answer was after review (even if no one came to visit) the pole is a 50% pole service, so reduce the amount. To me, it looks like a trial and cost savings for a company that makes millions of profits every year. Do I reluctantly accept or should I (can I) introduce myself? I`ve heard that the notion of “relief” is reissued with payments in a different way – what`s the difference? In general, most pylons and pylons will have markings. Whether it`s low voltage (LV), high voltage (HV) or Extreme High Voltage (EHV), they have signs or markings on them or their fences. This marking should have a registration or pole number and hopefully a phone number to be able to call. Most utilities and electricity suppliers in the UK have a service that you can contact by phone.
You “should” be able to deal with the initial omission issues. You also have a charcoal near you. If you simply type “wayleave officer in my area” into Google, you should find a list or contact number. Your local advisor should be able to help if you can`t find contact information. The lump sum offer is probably a “facilitation agreement.” It is worth getting advice if you plan to sell the property within this time frame, as it can have an impact on value, as mentioned on the deed. It can be worth it if you can discover what EDF calls equipment and the use of thought and leverage. Is there money experience for a new fibre-optic broadband line along existing towers that carry electricity and telephones? Thanks It`s a bit of a discussion if the poles existed “before” they are on land/property and are “marked as essential” they might be able to actually keep them there, which is actually made a lower access offer. In most cases, it is worth seeing if you can go to your local chief for advice, as they might have examples of past cases with the utilities involved.
Hello Stuart, thank you for your comment. Looks like the neighbor made false use of the pole.