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In a statement to ECHO Business, SP Manweb said: "On July 25, 2014 the Secretary of State granted SP Manweb Plc a 15-year Necessary Wayleave for electricity apparatus at the Heath.
We are not engineers, our expertise is in the knowledge of the wayleave legislation and how to use this to remove or re-route lines and pylons.
A wayleave is a contract whereby the owner or lessee of a property grants a right to a utility company for the equipment to be installed and retained in consideration of an annual payment.
How could wayleaves be applied for to a person that had probably left during the potato famine?
This project is progressing well and we haven't faced wayleave acquisition challenges so far, he said in an interview during a media briefing in Nairobi.
The New Main Will Be Installed Through An Open Hill Including A Forest With A 4M Wayleave And Along Both Minor And National Public Roads.
Oliver Harwood, chief surveyor at the CLA, said: "It is always good to work in close partnership with the NFU on wayleave issues, and our joint efforts have finally delivered a fruitful outcome.
Contract award: Framework Agreement for the Provision of Wayleave Officer Services.
The colliery owners also didn't want to pay wayleave fees to cross various owners' land in Newcastle.
An occupying tenant can therefore enter into a wayleave agreement with an operator that will bind the landlord.
An occupying tenant can, therefore, enter into a wayleave agreement with an operator that will bind the landlord.
Telecoms operators require a wayleave to place equipment on land.