Enable’s rights to access shared accessways and rights of way as a Fibre to the premise (FTTP) service provider and network operator are set out in the Telecommunications (Property Access and Other Matters) Amendment Act 2017 and the Telecommunications (Property Access) Regulations 2017.
Articles in this section
- Why do I need to provide consent for fibre to be installed?
- Online consent forms are the easiest way to provide your consent
- What gives Enable the right to make decisions about a shared accessway or right of way that I own?
- I am a landlord. What happens if my tenants tell you they have consent, but they don’t?
- My landlord/neighbour refuses to sign consent. What are my options to get connected?
- My tenant has asked me for consent for a fibre install – what happens if I don’t want to sign it?
- I am a landlord - will Enable show me their plans before I provide consent?