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Telecommunications Survey 2019

by Paul Williams 13.08.2019

Our 2019 Survey assesses the Telecommunications industry following the enactment of the new Code and its far and wide reaching implications.

Arguably the biggest change in the industry since the first mobile phone call, the new Code has led to a greater division between Landlords seeking to protect their property interests and Operators looking to drive down existing rents and to roll out new sites in line with government targets.

This survey will reflect upon the market place and the new code as well as considering the issue over the lack of supply of sites that are required by the market.

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Paul Williams
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