To change your payment information or provide us, fill out this form. You only need to do this if you already have a Wayleave agreement with us and it states that we will pay you for it. An overview of the most important points around access agreements between network owners and operators for the development of digital infrastructure. I would suggest first to know if there is an agreement between the former landowners and the SSS? Consulting with your local agent would be an interesting option as they may have details about your current property available from the land registry. Have you had any discussions with the SSS about access to the country? If a communications network operator is to use the country of another Party to install, operate or maintain a digital communications network or system, it must obtain the consent of the other Party. A Wayleave agreement or compensation is a right of use renewed annually for utilities above or below private property that gives way to a payment to the landowner. For example, power companies can arrange a Wayleave contract payment to place poles on your land or underground wiring. Indeed, the company will pay you a “rent” in exchange for this privilege. In the UK, it is common for a Weglass to be a process that is renewed every year. While some utilities may try to make lump sum payments to have longer-term access (an easement). In general, it is renewed every year. If you investigate and discover that a Wayleave agreement already exists on your property, you may be entitled to refunds of up to 6 years and your payments in a significant lump sum.
Hello, We have been living in the same property in South Norfolk since 2003. We have a large pole on our property and every year we would receive a payment from EDF for around £42. Then UK Power Networks became and it continued, but during the lockdown I realised we hadn`t had a payment in a year or two, so I contacted UKPN and was told they were doing checks and audits and that I would hear. Now they came back and advised me to return the payments, but they asked me to sign to agree £190 for a 15-year contract or £21.61 a year. I asked why they cut the amount in half and the answer was after the audit (although no one came to visit), the pole is a 50% service pole, which reduces the amount. This seems to me to be a trial and error and a cost-saving exercise of a company that makes millions of profits every year. Do I reluctantly agree or should I (may) contest? Consent must always be present, otherwise it is a civil intrusion that you can claim against the company if it harms our private land, makes a financial profit from your private land against the terms and existing agreement. Having said that, it is good to work with companies to find common ground because in some cases they can ask the Commission for mandatory access, which could actually reduce the amount they pay in the future if there is no long-term agreement. Like Wayleaves, an easement or Dead of Grant provider has the legal right to access and maintain its wiring and infrastructure on private land. .