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  #2052597 10-Jul-2018 12:56
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I just wanted to provide another update, this one is a good one.

 

 

 

The scope was sent out to the body corp today. There are three of us with current requests, and three already connected (out of 12 apartments). Looking at the scope, they will be doing all of the ETP's for all of the apartments at once (if I'm reading it correctly, which I think I am). They now have 15 days to object, so hopefully it moves quickly from here, though I think I'll still need approval from my apartment manager (separate from my body corp) since we don't own the apartment, we are just renting.

 

Hopefully I won't have any issues from the apartment manager, and no one objects, so it can move swiftly from here. I'll update once I hear if the scope has been approved.




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  #2066344 1-Aug-2018 14:45
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Another update, consent for the exterior was completed, and people are here today doing the exterior work on all of the buildings. Hopefully this means I'll be able to give my apartment manager some form of consent papers to have fibre installed in our apartment. Fingers crossed. I have no idea how long that part takes, but I'm going to assume (based on how long it's been so far) it won't be quick.


 
 
 
 




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  #2071038 10-Aug-2018 09:26
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Latest update, I have an appointment next Friday for the interior scope work. I have to get it approved by my apartment owner, but I'm thankful this is almost over with. @VygrNetworkMonkey thank you for all of your help getting keeping me updated, it's made the process much less frustrating. Hopefully my apartment manager is quick with the approval once I'm able to give it to her.




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  #2073802 15-Aug-2018 10:53
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Final update. Techs came yesterday, and did the installation. They did a great job, and it was completed in about 3 hours. I'm now a happy fibre customer. They weren't able (apparently) to run the fibre within the interior wall, so it's nailed in the corner, which is fine with me. It's working great and I couldn't be more pleased.


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