In India, where more than 500 million use smartphones, there is a continuous need to expand the number of Telecom Towers built to improve network coverage and combat call dropouts. With the urban sprawl taking place, many available locations for mobile phone towers is diminishing. One of the few possibilities remaining for Telecom Towers placement is on the roofs of high-rise buildings, which is becoming more common. While it looks like a good passive money source, the installation of a mobile tower, is not a straightforward job.
In this post, we'll talk about how to approach businesses about installing mobile towers on your property's property. The process for installing a mobile tower is as mentioned below, along with the necessary documents required.
● A minimum of 1200 square feet of space is required for tower installation if it's on your roof. For mobile tower installation, the land area must be at least 2000 square feet.
● If possible, the home or building should have at least a G+2 storey, and it should be the highest in the vicinity.
It's impossible to complete something as critical as a mobile tower installation without adhering to the appropriate paperwork and regulations. Only with the explicit authorization of the sanctioning authority, one can install Telecom Towers.
● A strict protocol adhering to the invigilation of the location and nearby businesses is required. For obvious reasons, it is against the law to erect towers close to educational institutions or medical facilities.
● Site plan displaying the whole plot's size and the number and height of buildings on the plot.
● An engineer's certificate of structural stability showing the towers' height is required. The mobile tower's weight should not be a problem for the structure itself.
● Legal occupancy certificate, as well as a certified copy of the building's approved plan
● Documents proving the owner's right to an object are called ownership.
● The applicant and the building owner have consented to the installation, as shown by the lease agreement indicating their agreement.
● Detailed drawing of a tower's foundation and design specifications
● Elevation data, including the height of the tower, should be provided
● If the proposed location has high or low tension electrical wires, paperwork showing the distance between the tower and the lines is required.
● Measured in metric tonnes, the height of the tower
● Accepting responsibility for incidents caused by this installation and pledging to pay appropriate compensation when necessary are both parts of the indemnity contract
● The fire department's letter of approval
● Copies of all required papers showing conformity with the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986
● A Received confirmation from TERM cells or a similar organization that all public places are safe from exposure to Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR)
The project's timeline calls for a two-year completion timeframe. If the permission isn't finished, it may be extended for a charge if the request is made before the original permit expires. Within a month, the tower's construction permission should be approved. After mobile towers are installed, they must appear within three months in the official gazette. The tower will be demolished if this action is not taken.