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Getting an electricity pilon (concrete) moved

Posted by wineoclock@1pm - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by kerguen - 3 years ago

I was told by someone who works for EDF  (they came to look at our house as prospective purchasers)  that EDF will move a concrete pylon in the garden for free as long as there is no previous agreement that it would be sited there. ( ie a previous owners agreement would mean you would have to pay).  I am not that bothered about the one in our garden to risk the hassle but if it is important to you to move it - it might be worth a try - just be prepared to pay up if they find old paperwork agreeing to the siting.       Good luck if you do and let us know how you get on!

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Posted by Heavitree-431035 - 3 years ago

We had such a pylon right in front of the house. We paid around £1500  to EDF to have it moved .

I do not think they will do it for no fee . Why should they ?

Just contact your local EDF office and go from there.