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Can two properties have separate connection from one triangular covered point outside the houses?

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Hi there,

that would very much depend on exactly where the point is and what network you are on. I’m happy to take a look if you need some help?


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Re: New connection

I am having the two houses, basically semi-detached, next door to me, renovated extensively.  There appears to only be one triangular cover, very close to the exterior wall and mid-way between the houses. This is probably because the previous owner was trying to create a single property, despite the Council insisting yhey were two, and indeed Grade 2 listed.  Virgin Media was never connected. 

I am trying to provide access from inside but cannot take out a contract as the houses will be rented when ready.  Will it be possible to connect both sides, independantly and with separate accounts, to the single terminal in the pavement?

Thanks for your help.

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Thank you for letting us know @robodocalan.

 

In this case, it would be a contract for both properties. 

 

Please let us know if you need any further help regarding this.

 

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Hi @robodocalan ,

I would say yes to that. But of course it depends exactly where the access point is in the pavement. If it’s exactly halfway then it shouldn’t be an issue. The best thing to do would be to request a site survey once your tenants or new owners are ready to place orders. If you would like to contact me directly by private message when they are ready I am more than happy to support you on this. Many thanks for considering us

 

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