Can a Telecommunications Carrier Access Strata Titled Property?

The National Broadband Network (NBN) rollout has placed under the spotlight the powers of telecommunications carriers (telcos) to enter private property, including strata-titled properties. Telcos can already access strata-titled land to install telecommunications equipment that bolsters existing infrastructure, increase signal strengths and of course, install the cabling necessary for the NBN. This article looks at the respective bargaining power and rights of strata-titled properties and telcos to reduce confusion in this area and drive towards better-negotiated outcomes.    Read the article………………..

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