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Has a mobile phone company reached out to you seeking to install a mast or antenna on your property? If so, you might feel like you’ve been hit by a storm.

Your phone mast lease may contain a provision for the rent to be reviewed and potentially raised, allowing you to earn more for renting your property to a telecoms company.

If your old lease expired, or is about to expire, you might just be discovering that something has changed—and not for the better.

With the introduction of 5G and the introduction of the new Electronic Communications Code, once-lucrative telecom leases are now turning more and more into a hassle.

Has a mobile phone company reached out to you seeking to install a mast or antenna on your property? If so, you might feel like you’ve been hit by a storm.

If the mobile phone operator leasing your property has requested to make an upgrade or change to their telecom mast, it’s important to take a moment before saying yes.

Has a mobile phone company reached out to you seeking to install a mast or antenna on your property? If so, you might feel like you’ve been hit by a storm.

With the consolidation of the networks taking place, often the Operators end up with more masts then they require. The outcome of this is that they are writing to the Landlords advising that they wish to terminate the lease agreement.

Your lease with the mobile phone operator should regulate when and how the Operator has rights to access your property, however, in actuality, things get more complicated.