5 results found, ordered by date descending.
05 December 2018 Dr Charles Trotman

The CLA has negotiated a comprehensive national telecoms wayleave framework that sets new rates and provides templates for members to use when negotiating with Openreach and alternative network providers of fibre optic cabling for broadband.  This framework revises previous agreements in 2010 and 2012 and complies with the Electronic Communications Code 2017.

England & Wales
AccessEnvironment & Land UseInfrastructure & UtilitiesProperty Management
22 January 2016 Dr Charles Trotman

 

This briefing note sets out the main technologies available in the broadband market place.  It focuses on fixed line broadband, alternative wireless technologies and mobile connectivity.

England & Wales
Infrastructure & Utilities
04 February 2015 Dr Charles Trotman

This guidance note sets out a definition of broadband, the technologies used in the provision of 2nd generation broadband and superfast broadband and the role and importance of alternative technologies in providing effective and affordable broadband for rural areas.  It also sets out the Government's strategy in the rollout of superfast broadband and the CLA's position and objectives.

England
Infrastructure & Utilities
30 October 2013

Information Technology (IT) is now accepted as being fundamental to the growth and success of businesses, especially in rural areas. Internet access and email have changed the way we work and broadband is regarded by many as a vital component for businesses especially in rural areas.

Infrastructure & Utilities
06 February 2013 Andrew Shirley MRICS

This Guidance Note offers advice to landowners as to the background to the need for rural wayleaves in order to roll out broadband to the final 1/3 of the rural area that is currently hard to reach.  There are also attached agreements for the apparatus for both private and not-for profit installers.  These should be seen as permanent rights and therefore appropriate professional advice should be sought before signing.

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England
Infrastructure & Utilities