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Standard User Bobby_Valentino
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 10-Feb-12 17:37:48
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'Interim to perm sites' - BT work description


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Hi

Early September there were works going on up the road (before the FTTC cabinet had been installed) that had the description of 'interim to perm sites'. Does this mean the fibre had been blown to this location (around 50 meters from where the fttc cab is now located) and is now ready to be connected to the fttc cab? Or is this work totally irrelevent to FTTC?

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Standard User Yaz
(experienced) Sat 11-Feb-12 02:09:34
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That is the reinstatement of the highway i.e. temp tarmac to permanent tarmac.

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Standard User Bobby_Valentino
(fountain of knowledge) Sat 11-Feb-12 17:21:45
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That is the reinstatement of the highway i.e. temp tarmac to permanent tarmac.

Would BT normally deal with highway type stuff? As the work owner is listed as British Telecommunications plc.

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Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Sat 11-Feb-12 17:35:39
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In reply to a post by Bobby_Valentino:
In reply to a post by Yaz:
That is the reinstatement of the highway i.e. temp tarmac to permanent tarmac.
Would BT normally deal with highway type stuff? As the work owner is listed as British Telecommunications plc.
If they've dug it up! To lay fibre, or even copper to link PCP to FTTC.

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Standard User Yaz
(experienced) Sat 11-Feb-12 17:55:56
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Re: 'Interim to perm sites' - BT work description


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In reply to a post by RobertoS:
In reply to a post by Bobby_Valentino:
In reply to a post by Yaz:
That is the reinstatement of the highway i.e. temp tarmac to permanent tarmac.
Would BT normally deal with highway type stuff? As the work owner is listed as British Telecommunications plc.
If they've dug it up! To lay fibre, or even copper to link PCP to FTTC.


Anything and everything streetworks related to BT Openreach has to come from BT Openreach as they are the works promoter. That is the be all and end all.

The same applies to the electrical contractor who may supply the power to FTTC cabs. The works promoter applies for the streetworks notice/permit regardless of the contractor used and what works are carried out.

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Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Sat 11-Feb-12 18:02:22
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I'm not sure whether you are agreeing or disagreeing with me there smile. Or agreeing and just expanding.

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Standard User Bobby_Valentino
(fountain of knowledge) Sun 12-Feb-12 09:47:26
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In reply to a post by Yaz:
In reply to a post by RobertoS:
In reply to a post by Bobby_Valentino:
... nested quotes trimmed ...
Would BT normally deal with highway type stuff? As the work owner is listed as British Telecommunications plc.
If they've dug it up! To lay fibre, or even copper to link PCP to FTTC.


Anything and everything streetworks related to BT Openreach has to come from BT Openreach as they are the works promoter. That is the be all and end all.

The same applies to the electrical contractor who may supply the power to FTTC cabs. The works promoter applies for the streetworks notice/permit regardless of the contractor used and what works are carried out.

Well when the power was installed in my cab, it didnt say BT communications plc, it simply said UK power networks, as the works owner.

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Standard User Ribble
(member) Sun 12-Feb-12 10:12:45
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In the case of power, BT (Openreach ) have to place a request with the DNO (Distribution Network Operator/power utility company). Its the responsibility of the power utility to organise these works. BT is not an electrical power utility, therefore they do not own the works .
Standard User Yaz
(experienced) Sun 12-Feb-12 17:14:07
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In reply to a post by RobertoS:
I'm not sure whether you are agreeing or disagreeing with me there smile. Or agreeing and just expanding.


Agreeing and explaining/expanding.

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Standard User Yaz
(experienced) Sun 12-Feb-12 17:16:27
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In reply to a post by Ribble:
In the case of power, BT (Openreach ) have to place a request with the DNO (Distribution Network Operator/power utility company). Its the responsibility of the power utility to organise these works. BT is not an electrical power utility, therefore they do not own the works .


Correct.

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