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
- I rent my house. Can I get fibre?
- Why do I need to provide consent for fibre to be installed?
- Can I change the date you’re scheduled to do the build in my accessway so I can be home?
- I’ve spoken to Enable and objected to their planned work in my shared accessway, and I’m still not happy with the outcome. What can I do?
- Can I have the category of work in my shared accessway or right of way changed?
- How does Enable decide what property access build category my shared accessway or right of way is?
- How can Enable do work on a property I own without my consent?
- Can I have a say in how you'll install fibre broadband in my shared accessway or right of way?
- I already have fibre installed in my shared accessway or right of way. Does this change affect me?
- How will I know if you’re going to install fibre in my shared accessway or right of way?