Wayleave for Electrical Equipment Background: I have a wooden pole carrying low voltage electrical cables on my residential property. The pole is there without any consent. I contacted a land agent to see if I could get the pole removed to outside of my boundary. After a lot of communication using the land agent to act on my behalf I am not able to get the pole removed as I would be charged a reconnection fee by the regional electricity supplier (DNO) of £2,500 as the pole whilst supplying my neighbours also serviced my home. However the DNO via the land agent have sent me a wayleave consent to sign and have offered £7.11 per annum as a fee for me allowing their pole to remain on my land. I would like to take legal advise on the waylave but the DNO is insisting that the land agent is suitably qualified /experienced enough to deal with the matter and they have refused to pay a reasonable solicitors cost if I sought legal advise on their document. They also insist that a wayleave is a simple standard document that does not require legal representation as its on the person and not the land The DNO does pay the land agent a nominal sum of £150 plus disbursements for their assistance in the above mater regardless and I am also aware that a DNO always pay the homeowner legal cost in regards ***** ***** easement Question : Please comment on me seeking legal advise on a wayleave document prepared by the DNO that allows them to keep their equipment on my land and that they should pay for this advise.
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