Nevertheless, Openreach CEO Clive Selley recently highlighted another problem: “One obstacle we face is with owners of large buildings… It is difficult in London to know who the buildings belong to and to contact them, it is quite unique because its city and international buildings are owned by people all over the world. I`m afraid some connections will take years if builders don`t move forward. But perhaps because copper cables were laid in most blocks 140 years ago. Ok a lot of blocks are no more than 100 years old. But even if a building is on average 30-50 years old, the authority is completely different. Even though some of them are alive, they no longer have any power or interest, because they no longer work for these buildings. Buildings like mine once belonged to the Council and are now privatized. The route previously issued for copper will not apply if a private company takes over. Certainly, the building already has an open track for existing copper services.
Doesn`t this allow the use of existing sewers/infrastructure? Delays may arise if there is confusion about legal obligations against code network managers under the Digital Economy Act or if, in this case, the Commission must obtain the best value of its assets. These are the two points on which we can advise you and, if necessary, provide independent advice from third parties. We work closely with our landowners to ensure that our surveys contain all the information they need to ensure that the facility is suitable for their buildings. We can explain why a procurement procedure is not necessary and reassure the legal team about the legislation. If London is to catch up on its full use of fibre optics in other global cities, landowners, including neighbourhoods, must understand their obligations to grant authorisation to operators in the form of warning signs. The complete development of fibre optics cannot continue without these authorizations. A lease is generally valid for a specified period of time and confers professional rights to a given real estate or real estate area. This is why lanes are often used to develop fixed broadband infrastructure, while onshore or rooftop mobile tower leases are more common. It will take a much more radical and radical approach, with representatives of BT OR actively contacting the construction authorities, or even visiting the construction offices to convince and speak directly.