Who ever it belongs to the chances of them even thinking of moving it during the virus emergency or afterwards is zero. They won't even want to start the process and the local authority would have to be involved if it is on an adopted road . They are a tad busy too.
Since it would involve disconnecting everyone who is served by the cabinet from all their services - internet, TV and phone for days and days who on earth would put with that (applies to VM or BT linked ISPs) so there would be major objections. Forget the whole idea at the moment.
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Before you go any further, have you actually read all the rules and regulations for driveways? They have changed within the last few years and are now very restrictive. I looked at widening my driveway and gave up due to many new restrictions. Most of the driveways in my road do not now meet the new regulations.
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