Hello, thank you for your comment. the typical length of time to successfully claim severance pay is usually 24 to 48 months. It really depends on the complexity of the case, how many properties are involved and whether there are existing complainants. Some companies like Western Power describe their power lines on a map on their websites. You also have Western Power Wegleave information and details of the policy and claims procedure for western Power compensation. It`s worth checking out something similar on your local provider`s websites. 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? 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. Wayleave agreement or compensation is a renewed annual right of use for utility companies above or below private land corresponding to a payment to the landowner. For example, power box supply companies can arrange a route agreement to put pylons on your land or wiring underground. In fact, the company will pay you a “rent” in return for this privilege.
It becomes interesting to adjust the compensation for individual wooden piles. These are less striking than their larger metal companions and most of the time, if you let them travel through your country, you will rarely close your eyes. It is the poles and lines that have been called upon on less. Wayleave is an access provision that theoretically applies to telecommunications companies, distribution companies and fibre optics. First, if you go directly to the company, you can advise yourself or get more involved in the itinerary of your area.