The provision of 4G ubiquitous coverage is a key economic indicator amongst the most developed countries in the World. The UK being one of these, has been found to be lacking when it comes to the performance of its fixed line electronic communications networks and to a lesser extent, its mobile electronic communications networks. Although many of the problems with the fixed line network are due to the well-publicised problems with the monopoly held by Openreach until recently, the UK Government has decided to update the existing electronic communications code (“the Code”) as found Communications Act 2003 in the hope that this will allow fixed line operators to rapidly catch up with our continental European neighbours. The Code is also shared by mobile network operators and the knock-on effect is that the change in legislation, effective from 28 December 2017, also grants the same rights and privileges to mobile network operators such as Vodafone, O2, EE and Three. Unlike fixed line operators, mobile network operators have traditionally leased property from landlords paying a nominal rent in consideration.