New Opportunities and Challenges: Communication and Other Services Access Agreements
Feb 1, 2000 | Article
Written by Dennis Daoust
(Commercial Leasing 2000)
Building owners are discovering a new source of revenue that involves virtually no capital outlay by them and does not encroach upon the rentable areas of their buildings while adding a range of services that are very much in demand by tenants. Canadian Federal regulations affecting the telecommunication industry have been introduced to encourage competition. These regulations, combined with new digital communication technology, data transmission, internet service, cable broadcasting, and satellite communication facilities and similar services have created a very competitive and active group of service providers seeking access to multiple occupant office buildings and shopping centres. In this article "suppliers" refers generically to these service providers.
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