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Cable Relocation - Street/Property Boundary

Hi, Our VM cables come onto our property at one end of the fence return. We want to remove two trees alongside the 2-3m return and grind down the stumps so that we can widen the drive. The tree surgeon can’t grind the stump with the cables in this location without damaging them and also, the cables would be in the middle of the new drive. Can VM move the cables so they come onto the property via the side fence running from house to pavement (perpendicular to the house and road). I’m not sure why VM didn’t do this in the first place? Also, they are encased in green plastic tubing. Should they be buried? Thank you.

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Re: Cable Relocation - Street/Property Boundary

VMs may be able to move the incoming cable, but you will have to phone customer services and ask. There would be a fee of £99 because it is a non fault callout if they do move them. 


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Re: Cable Relocation - Street/Property Boundary

Hi tina-d

 

Welcome to our community forums and thank you for getting in touch! 

 

I have sent you a private message so we can discuss this further, please look out for the purple envelope.

 

Thanks, 

 

 

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