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. After all the theory and know what you can do and what you can`t do, then try to keep things just in terms of approving the final scenario. Even if you have the right to refuse or insist, the anger and costs and ill will that this entails can outweigh all reasonable agreements. When a new service is installed on your land, whether it is a new water line or a replacement electric tower, in addition to the departure or ease payment, landowners or occupants receive compensation for damage and disturbance to the surrounding country as a result of the installation of the equipment. For example, if a new water main is installed, if the surrounding land is heavily shrieked or needs to be re-sown, these costs can be recovered. Similarly, the cost of employing a campaign agent is often used again. Please chip in with comments of abandonment of payment results, problems or errors. Use the comments section below, especially if you`ve been asked. We would love to hear your experience. This can be done through a formal agreement imposed by large suppliers or open to redesign in others.
However, attention to costs and delays in implementation outweighs the expected benefits, hence perhaps only a simple clarification of the details in other matches. 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. 550k. Thank you, I wish there was a current rate. Unfortunately, real estate, land, utilities and conditions mean that it is very difficult to compare payments and claims side by side. Have you tried to contact your premises through your local council? If you have openreach kit on your land or field, it is likely that he has discussed a BT holiday deal with you.