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Welcome to your latest issue of Connected.

As always, we like to keep you up to date with the latest industry and company news. Building our relationship with you is important to us and keeping in touch via this newsletter is one way to keep connected with you.

In this issue, discover our new life saving rules campaign – SALUS. Our Operational Compliance & Governance Team has created this to help keep you, our people, and visitors safe on our sites at all times. Health and Safety is critical at Cornerstone, and we continue to improve how we operate both on and off site, and ensure we adhere to compliance and governance standards.

Building stronger connections is a core value at Cornerstone. We collaborate with various partners to support the acquisition, build and management of our sites. We work in close partnership to ensure we practice the right behaviours and remain compliant when dealing with you. Read our new brochure at www.cornerstone.network/partners and find out how connecting with our partners enables us to deliver excellence to our landlord community.

In the last issue of our newsletter, we shared our landlord survey results with you and explained the follow-up actions that we have put in place to address any concerns raised. Continuing to listen to you, we will be introducing a new feedback form that will give you the opportunity to give immediate feedback following site visits throughout the year. Our site auditors will carry them at all times and will leave them with you on site visits. I encourage you to please fill these in and send them to us as this will help improve our service to you. Similarly, please do take a few moments to fill in the landlord survey that we have sent out. We value your feedback.


We were delighted to hear the Queen’s Speech for 2021 referencing the commitment from the Government to improve connectivity and opportunities around the country, including the acceleration of 5G mobile and gigabit broadband rollout. The details referred to the reforms to the Electronic Communications Code, to support faster and more collaborative negotiations for the use of private and public land for telecommunications deployment. It also acknowledged the need to put the right framework in place for the use of installed apparatus. The Government is carefully analysing responses to the recent Code consultation that I mentioned in the last newsletter and we look forward to hearing their proposals, which we anticipate will be published towards the end of the summer.

Supporting the Speed Up Britain campaign, the industry is working together to make it easier to rollout mobile infrastructure for better connectivity across the UK.


If you would like to find out more on any of the articles in this newsletter or have any further questions, please email us at news@cornerstone.network

Thank you for your support in keeping the UK connected.

Belinda Fawcett
General Counsel and Director of Property and Estates

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