Friday, 22 October 2021

Landlord disputes over 5G sites costing UK economy £7.4bn

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Tuesday 06 April 21

The Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) argues that the 2017 reforms to the Electronic Communications Code have mired the UK’s 5G rollout in legal battles

For many countries around the world, 5G is being positioned as a major factor in rejuvenating economies post-pandemic and the UK is no exception. But to generate the full economic benefits from the new technology, the rollout must be rapid and at scale, a process that is not only expensive but fraught with various complications.   One such complication is how to reimburse landlords when seeking to deploy mobile infrastructure on private property…

For many countries around the world, 5G is being positioned as a major factor in rejuvenating economies post-pandemic and the UK is no exception. But to generate the full economic benefits from the new technology, the rollout must be rapid and at scale, a process that is not only expensive but fraught with various complications.   One such complication is how to reimburse landlords when seeking to deploy mobile infrastructure on private property…

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