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Telecom wayleave cannot now be refused by land owners

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Old November 14th 18, 01:20 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.politics.misc,uk.finance,uk.misc
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Default Telecom wayleave cannot now be refused by land owners

Telecom wayleave cannot now be refused by land owners

The 1000 per sqft rip off charges by landlords also gone.

You can only ask what you would reasonably do with that land.
So if a telecom company is siting a box and its occupying
a few sq ft, and its waste land, then you can expect to
be paid 3.

And you own a building and a telecom company wants to do
a reasonable site survey to install equipment for common
good of all, and there are no other places, then you
can't refuse.

With this Lord's ruling, this means telecom companies
can rapidly expand across the UK just like water and
sewage utilities and not find itself the subject
unreasonable refusal. Any small company can connect across
any piece of land so long as it is reasonable
to build a fiber telecom empire
like all infrastructure empires. Investors can invest
in fiber Startups to shift UK into the Internet of Fiber era.

The City can benefit the most as small startups can cut
across all the streets to provide gbit connectivity
to everyone and make the City no.1 trading center of the world
with Brexit.

Luckily as you would have it, BT, Openroach, Offcum
have up with a cunning plan to thwart it all.

If you are in any doubt,
ahiite flows like effluent in their HQ as it always does.

All landlords oppressed by the Lord's ruling can now
apply for Burkino Faso Citizenship at BT.

Offcum will process the applications and assign land
rights to land owners same as Burkino Faso.

If you want to dispute a Burkino Faso regulated UK
building or land, you will have to travel to Burkino Faso
to have your case heard.

Shiite was seen streaming from BT, Openroach, Offcum from all
oriffices at this announcement.


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