Facilities Audits

Telecommunications carriers are like any other tenant.

All carrier equipment should be documented either by a formalised tenure agreement or service of Land Access and Activity Notice (LAAN). The unauthorised installation of telecommunications equipment by a carrier undermines an owners commercial position, takes up valuable space and management time, and poses potential risks to daily operations.

siteXcell can assist you by establishing the amount and type of telecommunications equipment on your land or building and identifying any unauthorised equipment which may be subject to a back-rent claim by providing:


Review of Existing Tenure Documents

Review of Existing Tenure Documents

We can review all current leases, licences, and other agreements that have been entered into with a carrier to ensure that a carrier is complying with the terms and conditions governing their occupation at a site.

Identification of Documented & Undocumented Equipment

Identification of Documented & Undocumented Equipment

Through a physical site audit process we are able to discover and identify any carrier equipment that has been installed without a formalised tenure agreement being in place and additional equipment that has been installed in contravention of an existing agreement.

Identification & Notification of WHS Issues & Maintenance Claims

Identification & Notification of WHS Issues & Maintenance Claims

WHS issues can arise as a result of a carriers occupation at a site, including EME, unidentified cabling, compromised fire-proofing in risers, restricting owner access to specific areas, and other issues resulting from poor installation practices. Through a physical site audit process we are able to discover and identify any visible WHS issues or violations which could compromise the safety of a site and give rise to a claim against the carrier or owner for rectification or financial remedy.

Preparation of Site Audit Reports

Preparation of Site Audit Reports

Our site audit reports provide owners and managers with a consolidated and detailed overview of their building and the carrier-tenants within them. A site audit report is a valuable tool in understanding the extent to which a premises or portfolio is occupied by telecommunications carriers, the current commercial return as a result of that occupation, and the potential future commercial return based on our knowledge of the market. They are designed to specifically improve and maximise revenue and safety at the premises.

Back-rent Claims

Back-rent Claims

Undocumented carrier equipment or additional equipment that has been installed outside a carriers lease/licence area could be costing a site or portfolio thousands per annum in lost rent. We can assess the commercial return of specific equipment and prepare a back-rent claim.

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