A written legal agreement between us and the owner of the land or land. This gives us permission to install, maintain or repair network devices that are on their property. We could pay them a fee. 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 country. For example, providing services to a client. To change your payment data or communicate to us, fill out this form. You only have to do this if you already have a wayleave agreement with us and it is stipulated that we pay you for it. Normally, a Wayleave is an ongoing agreement with no end date. It therefore remains to apply to the device it covers, even if the owner of the country or if he is the owner of the property.
Wayleave agreements give us permission to install and maintain our equipment on private land or on certain types of buildings such as apartment buildings. Details can be found in the documents we have already sent you. Please provide the Wayleave reference if you have one. It starts with SA or NA and NI if you are in Northern Ireland. If you receive payments by cheque from us, we may have asked you to provide us with your bank details so that we can pay you by BACS. This means that we transfer the money directly to your bank account. This way, you will receive your payments faster than if we had to send you a check. If you do not provide us with your bank details, we will send you cheques for all Wayleave payments. If we need permission to install new equipment on private land, we will send a leaf request to the landowner.
This includes the route plan, the Wayleave agreement and an explanation of why we need a permit. Once this has been signed and returned to the Wayleaves team, we will receive permission to install the device on the owner`s land. If the owner of the property or land is also the person requesting our service, we do not need a weglass. These are wires that „steal” telegraph poles on another property above a property. We are sometimes allowed to install them without the need for a waysheet, but only if: Yes, but only if the path sheet is for devices on your property that provide services to third parties. This is someone with whom you are not legally related. We have standard prices that you can check out. Wayleave Landlord Contract (annual rent payment) We cannot carry out work until we have your document signed. Please send it back to us as soon as possible. To change your contact information, fill out this form to let us know. Please contact Openreach Service Desk Control (see your Customer Service Plan (CSP) for details).
Please tell us about your concerns and get legal advice if needed. We have certain legal powers under the Electronic Communication Code, which means we can obtain consent to install equipment in your country through the court. But we don`t want to use them unless we absolutely have to, and we`ll do our best to explore all the alternative options available to us. Please complete of THECOM`s legislative opinion (§ 39 para. 1) in its entirety. You can download the form from the Notes page of the ofcom templates and then send us an email with the information. Certificate of Approval for 33,000-Volt Underground Power Lines Generic Easement Condition Driver Generic Lease Conditions General Conditions of Conditions for Transfer of OwnershipApprobation for 33,000-Volt Overhead Lines Complete this form. Please note that you are only entitled to payments if the openreach equipment on your property provides services to someone other than you. For example, your neighbors. Notice of Grant for Surface/Underground Equipment and Support Equipment. If you are already receiving your payments through BACS, you can also use this form to let us know if your account details have changed.