How close can power line be to shed roof?

Bullring

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Location
Cornwall
3m rings a bell, that’s what the power company say when they come to trim off trees that are too close to power lines. You have to be careful putting a new shed up as someone got jailed here after a worker was killed from power lines putting up a new shed on the roof.
 

Jameshenry

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Location
Cornwall
3 mtr clearance between and building and the power lines, is what western power stated in there letter to me, after having them out for a site visit
 

kill

Member
Location
South West
Get your cheque book out nothing done for less than £10k!
Don't think western power get outa bed for 10k any more. Quoted 15k to move one pole that's been condemned.
Definitely sheds have to be 3 metres from power lines as I have never been so glad of a metre when my new shed had been erected and western power turned up to measure as if it was under 3 metres then line had to be turned instantly off and any works and costs would have been at my expense and no mates rates.
Apparently tho if you start work and then find their power line is in your way then they are obligated to move it for free. Total load of rubbish and all but as contrary to deal with as South west water😠
 

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RABDF sets the record straight on why dairy farmers are having to discard their milk

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Written by John Swire

The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF) has produced a Q+A document to help answer questions on why some farmers are having to discard their milk despite shortages still being seen in a few supermarkets.

The document ‘Getting to grips with the impact of Covid19 on milk supply issues’ details why dairy farmers are being affected, how many are affected, as...
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