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Government cans the Mobile Infrastructure Project

The government will not extend the Mobile Infrastructure Project (MIP) despite falling short of its’ goal to increase 3G and 4G coverage in rural areas, writes Richard Lilley, surveyor at Cell:cm Chartered Surveyors. The £150m UK Government initiative aimed at boosting mobile coverage in rural parts of the country delivered just 75 new mobile sites…
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Government drops pre-election review of the Electronic Communications Code

The long awaited review of the Electronic Communications Code goes on. The latest proposals from DCMS, which were being shoe-horned in to the Infrastructure Bill at the last minute, have been withdrawn by Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin. Time constraints mean its almost certain there will be no changes to the legislation before the general election…
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Cell:cm Chartered Surveyors director Philip Morris speaking at Henry Stewart conference

Cell:cm Chartered Surveyors director Philip Morris will be speaking at the Henry Stewart conference on Telecom Infrastructure and Real Estate held on 27th February 2014. The event will be held in London on 27th February 2014. Philip Morris will hold a talk titled ‘Current thinking on licence and lease terms and rent review/lease renewal negotiations…
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The Law Commission has published its report into the Electronic Communications Code

The Law Commission has today published its report making recommendations to form the basis of a revised Electronic Communications Code. Cell:cm Chartered Surveyors and our clients responded to the consultation process prior to this report being produced. The Law Commission summarised: The Code was enacted in 1984. It sets out the regime that governs the rights of…
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Law Commission review the Code

The Law Commission have produced a consultation paper, ‘The Electronic Communications Code’ which was published on 28 June 2012. They have asked for comments to be submitted in the consultation period up to 28 October 2012. They will produce a report in spring 2013 of their findings. Their main aim is to assess the balance…
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