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wayleave

a right of way, usually in the nature of an express easement and granted by deed or by reservation in consideration of a rent or other charge being exacted.
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The new national broadband wayleave agreement and MOU is designed to make it easier for Openreach to reach agreement with landowners over locations and payment rates for cables and other electronic communications apparatus.
"You cannot recover your costs in the wayleave tribunal, so there is no motivation for energy providers to do anything other than prolong the process in the hope that the landowner will back down because they are unable to afford the colossal costs," Mr Lewis said.
In February 2013 the Wayleave Inspector stated it was his intention to rule in favour of SP Manweb although in July that year the Secretary of State said he was 'minded' to overrule his inspector.
"Electricity distributors often capitalise annual wayleave payments, meaning landowners receive a oneoff imbursement that, as our research has revealed, is a lot less than what they should be getting."
"The TRA has been instructed to mention in by-laws that municipalities will continue dealing with wayleave and collecting fees for occupation in similar fashion to what we are currently doing with advertisements posted on the street after licensing from the Information Affairs Authority," he said.
Q We have been told by the local electricity company we're due to receive a payment of PS1.15 a year under a "wayleave agreement".
The GIS team is also participating in the National GIS Steering Committee (NGIS) where Bapco is one of the stakeholder where "Go live stage III" of the National GIS System will commence very soon with no 'manual Wayleave' will be entertained.
Construction work will begin soon, after a series of agreements relating to the commercial terms of gas sales, the lease of a process site, the granting of wayleave rights for pipelines and for the operation and maintenance of the facilities at the Wilton site was signed.
The PEDL068 joint venture partners and Sembcorp Utilities (UK) Limited (Sembcorp) have signed a series of contracts pertaining to the commercial terms of gas sales, the lease of a process site, the granting of wayleave rights for pipelines and for the operation and maintenance of the facilities on the Wilton site.
Eifion Bibby, who is based at the office, will offer a full range of rural services, including farm and property sales and development, estate management, compulsory purchase and wayleave claims, valuations and rural property planning issues.
However, even where the terrestrial supplier has 'wayleave' and is legally allowed to dig up roads and pavements in order to install cables, in reality the delays incurred are weeks or months rather than days.
The rates, known as wayleave payments, have been agreed between major utilities such as British Telecom, gas and electricity companies and the National Farmers' Union.