Our experts combine their property and infrastructure knowledge to provide you with a bespoke approach to wayleaves and easements, resulting in faster delivery whilst enabling you to focus on your core business.
Cluttons is one of the only property consultancies in the UK with a specialist team offering a service aimed at delivering wayleaves and easements on behalf of independent service providers and mobile network operators, for the connection of fibre to the customer’s premises.
However, complex the project, we have a strong record of overcoming obstacles to successfully provide fibre to a range of different property types.
We provide a clear and concise assessment on the feasibility of any planned deployment route and, if needed, offer suitable alternative options with an increased likelihood of success.
We take a robust stance on negotiations with our specialists sharing their knowledge and experiences to maximise efficiencies. Our team will ensure your legal rights are fully utilised, resulting in lower costs and faster delivery timelines.
Through our experience we have developed unique relationships with agents acting for landlords across the sector which aids the success of our projects.
Spring statement 2022 commentsOn Wednesday 23 March 2022, the Chancellor gave the Spring Statement to Parliament. Here, our residential and commercial teams highlight key points, and the potential impact on the UK property market.
Why landlords need to think of EV charging as the technology of todayThe electric vehicle market in the UK is gaining momentum and the popularity of electric vehicles is steadily growing.
Electric vehicle charging: it’s all about location, location, locationThe UK is currently the second largest market in Europe for the purchase of electric vehicles (Source: The Guardian) with more than 500,000 new electric vehicles (EVs) registered in the five months up to the end of May of this year (Source Nextgreencar.com).
Why local authorities and landlords must act fast to facilitate the growth in electric vehiclesBy 2030 it is estimated that nearly 5 million electric vehicles will be on the road throughout Britain, however, with consumers questioning whether their priorities for EV will be met, will this statistic become reality?
Telecoms rent reviews: a brief guideRent reviews offer both landlords and tenants the chance to negotiate their rental rate for a telecoms site and, when handled well, can be a beneficial arrangement for both parties.
Fundamentals of getting site access management right for the smooth running of a large network estateThese days, regardless of where you are, the expectation is that you can speak to anyone at any time whether it is on your phone or over the internet.
Connectivity: how big an impact will it have on residential property transactions in 2021?Whilst good connectivity has always been a factor in the property decision-making process (no one wants their streaming to be interrupted by constant buffering), it is becoming increasingly important to home hunters in the UK.
A well connected workplace is a win winIn an age where good connectivity has become more important to occupiers than transport links and amenities, digital infrastructure is now a key factor in the decision making process when it comes to taking on a new office space.
Digital infrastructure is key to unlocking performanceIn a wide-ranging discussion at today’s London Real Estate Forum, a distinguished panel of experts explored how London’s digital infrastructure is being improved so that it can effectively compete on the global stage.