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Hello. We live in social housing and our next door neighbour has about six aerials in his garden for his CB hobby. Recently we have been getting some real problems with our freeview, can't watch any channel at all at certain times of the day, and we have just noticed that he has put up another aerial. The housing authority don't seem to care that his garden looks like a relay station. Is there any way to find out if it is his equipment that is effecting our signal? Bearing in mind that he is not very approachable.
hello, We have been in a property for a year now, when we first moved in there was no TV (we provided one) although when we were shown around the land lord confirmed there was an aerial. The aerial is not listed in our itinerary. However after we moved in we realised that the aerial cable was damaged (water travels through the inside of the aerial cable from the exterior into our living room in wet weather) When we first asked the landlady if it was possible to repair this she said ok no problem, but now ( a year after we first asked) she is refusing to take responsibility. Although she has offered for someone to arrange to rip the cable out- if we would prefer. We were wondering, as the flat was rented to us supposedly with a TV aerial connection, if we were responsible for repairing the aerial. Our tenancy agreement does say that the landlord must: keep in reasonable repair the fixtures, furniture, equipment and effects . Does this include the tv aerial cable? It feels like the landlord is just being spiteful (we are two young girls who keep the property well, always pay rent and have had very little contact with the landlord to date), if she does rip out the aerial the property will have to be leased next time without a TV point. Which does seem like cutting off her nose to spite her face. Any help would be appreciated. thanks
My friend lives in council accommodation and the council for the last 2 years has been changing tenants for digital reception on their high rise block of flats in London. Tenants were getting digital before the council employed a company to do the work for them. Since the company took over the digital aerial work tenants have had nothing but trouble with the service some with no connections whatsoever. Reading on another thread said that freeview will have to pay for their service, I wonder if that has kicked in as yet. My friend has got TV for 2 weeks and now no TV at all. Tenants have been given no end date when this work will cease, some elderly and disable tenants have no TV but they are charged for this service. It looks like the council is making tenants pay this contractor for work that is not needed for them. My friend is thinking of stopping his license fee, as he is not getting any TV, can he claim back his TV license for the months he had not TV.