Fibre providers such as Openreach, Virgin Media, Vodafone, Hyperoptic, Community Fibre and CityFibre are committed to the Government’s pledge to rollout “Full Fibre” in every home by 2033. In a similar vein, the mobile operators often have fibre connectivity requirements for their mobile phone base station sites, and typically their providers include Openreach, Virgin Media and Vodafone.

Whatever the purpose of the fibre supply, the provider’s occupation must be documented and these agreements are called ‘wayleave agreements’ and have the full protection of the Electronic Communications Code. The providers’ standard form should be resisted to ensure your interests are fully protected.

We have our own in-house specialist telecoms wayleave adviser to assist you with every aspect of wayleave services.

If you need any advice on Wayleaves get in touch.

What Our Clients Say

  • “Telemaster were instrumental in securing significant back rents and charges due to the Trust through the existing contracts. I would have no hesitation in recommending Telemaster as a telecoms contract expert.”

    Keith McGreavy
    Estate Development Deputy Director, Royal Liverpool University Hospital

  • “Telemaster’s service has been professional, thorough and timely…”

    Head of Estates & Facilities Management
    Cambridgeshire Constabulary

  • “Humberside Fire and Rescue Service have had a long-standing relationship with Telemaster Ltd., who are contracted to manage the Service’s telecommunications contracts with providers on our behalf. Over this time the Service has benefitted greatly by the specialist advice and support provided by Telemaster in managing our existing lease portfolio and liaising and negotiating with providers on our behalf.”

    Alison Rhodes