How do I get permission from a freeholder to site a transmitter on their property?
Community broadband projects are 'not for profit' enterprises. To achieve this it is important to keep overall costs low and in many cases the benefit gained by individuals and the community in general will be enough to persuade people to get involved and host transmitters. If a transmitter is sited on someone's property, they will have to pay for the electricity it uses. However, as it is low voltage this is generally not a great deal of money.