My question: there is quite frequently a work's van from an unknown neighbour (they store it there and walk a couple of streets away) parked on the footpath directly in front of my telegraph pole, preventing engineer access to the pole - a previous landline repair was unable to go ahead because of this f****** van.
When the street was dug by FibreNation and the fibre was put in earlier in the year, it appeared to go to the telegraph pole I'm connected to rather than to the individual properties on the street. I've been allowed to order at my address and given an estimated speed, so I assume I am able to connect to the service!
Will the engineer who comes to install my service require access to the pole in order to do the install? I'm a little worried that he will show up, say "I can't do the job because of that van" and clear off. (The installation is booked for 7-9am and the van normally leaves at 8-ish.) I've got university starting the following week and classes are largely online, which is why I've gone for the fibre.
Edited by abigailk (Tue 15-Sep-20 09:53:23)