Whilst renting roof space or open land to a telecommunications company may seem like a safe bet for landowners, there are some very real pitfalls which you should be aware of. Our commercial property solicitors have significant experience in providing legal advice to landowners regarding these types of contracts.
The telecommunications market has been a growth area for a number of years. With the technology sector constantly being innovated, especially in the mobile communications and data divisions, there are opportunities to be had. However, as statutory undertakers, telecommunications companies have a great deal more protection than your standard occupier and “good deal” entered into ten years ago can prevent an opportunity to make some real money on a sale or development now.
Our specialist team of commercial property solicitors understand the unique nature of the telecommunications sector and can work with you to point out potential pitfalls, thus ensuring that your long-term goals for the land in your portfolio are not compromised. We also have links with independent professionals who can ensure that you have the correct advice at each stage of any transaction, be it a new site or a variation to an existing one.
In addition to having extensive knowledge of the potential legal issues of telecommunications contracts, our commercial property team is backed up by an internal suite of specialist lawyers in dispute resolution, regulatory work and land development.
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