The owner of the property is responsible for installing conduit inside your property. The network owner will make a contract with you (via an AFR or AYCA process) and is responsible for connecting you to a pit. Works in the street will commence once the contract process has been followed.
VC-81 council compliance documentation is the only product we offer in helping you with this council requirement. Essentially you need the registration with the network owner and forms 1 and 2. It is via this process that you can obtain a provisioning letter that will satisfy the VC-81 legislation with council. Please note that the
Yes, we will offer the Managed VC-81 compliance package which includes a site survey. The survey is specifically for verifying that your materials and locations meet the G645:2017 standards.
You may experience delays when Telstra are in the process of handing your address over to NBN or if roll-out dates are shifted by NBN. It is our job to figure out who the network owner is but this could change during your build and even after you have obtained compliance with council.
VC-81 documentation can be obtained in 6-8 weeks in a ‘best case scenario’ but the entire process can take up to six months. Councils differ on what they will accept and network owners change, so timeframes vary greatly.
MCS will issue you with an invoice which will need to be paid before any works are started. Please read the email we sent when you accepted our quote. There is a lot of information in it but please ask us if you are unsure about what applies to your development.