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#265646 3-Feb-2020 10:42
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My boss lives in a gated community in Snells Breach. Looking at the UFB map fibre is to be installed there in Q1/Q2 this year. As this is some sort of body corporate etc is the install process the same as a normal house or will this be special due to the nature of the location.

Is there someone at @chorus that I can PM an address for some guidance?


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  #2411891 3-Feb-2020 13:13
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A friend was in similar situation. Body corp handled majority of the comms, every house had a run dug in up to the premises and buried until each of the houses wanted to sign up.

They didn’t really have to do anything special, it’s pretty much like how a street would be done except how quickly will be dependant on body corp.


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  #2411893 3-Feb-2020 13:16
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Would imagine there would be zero difference to doing any other street or subdivision.




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  #2411904 3-Feb-2020 13:56
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Talk to Chorus who'll advise some paperwork that'll prob need to be filled out by the body corp. And as mentioned above, it'll just be run to each properly that wants it.



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  #2411920 3-Feb-2020 14:56
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Mums village just had same thing. Body corporate required a vote which since was free all the seniors said yes to. That gets the fibre in and they each sort own from there. 

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