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Hi all
Maybe this type of question is not for this forum.. its just im struggling to get information
Ive attached a map detailing a local supply network
I need to have some idea where it would be possible to connect up to mains power supply
On the map it is the building between where it says HOTEL above and MARKET PLACE BELOW there is an orange and blue line coming off mains to 1PH which would be ideal if I could use this as a connection, however I cant find out what LV Service Logical Connection means, does anyone know what this is? and if not in use could this be used as a new mains connection (The building is office at the moment but I want to change it to 2/3 studio flats
Any advice very welcome.. or if you could point me in the right direction..
Unfortunately I dont have time to make any applications
Thanks
legepe
 

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snowhead

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This is a question only Northern Power Grid can answer re your connection in Hornsea.
They would need to assess whether the local network can support the extra demand from your development.

You have no choice but to make an application to them.

Presumably you are talking to them hence the map.
 
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This is a question only Northern Power Grid can answer re your connection in Hornsea.
They would need to assess whether the local network can support the extra demand from your development.

You have no choice but to make an application to them.

Presumably you are talking to them hence the map.
Yes Ive been in contact with them.. but they are unwilling apart from the map which they said whoever sent me it shouldn't have done...
My problem is I simply dont have the time to make the application
I would still like to know if anyone can tell me what means Service Logical Connection, especially since it looks like its the only building on the map that has it?
Thank you very much for your reply though
 

ipf

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If you aren't willing to apply for a supply, how are you going to obtain one?
Any other method would be illegal.
 
The only people who can answer your queries are Northern Power Grid. You need to apply through the correct channels.
 

davesparks

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My problem is I simply dont have the time to make the application
I would still like to know if anyone can tell me what means Service Logical Connection, especially since it looks like its the only building on the map that has it?
Thank you very much for your reply though
If you don't make the application you won't get the supply connected so isn't it a bit pointless asking the question?

My guess would be that an LV logical connection means that there is no record of where the service is actually installed but the marked line is the most likely logical route it would have been installed along.
 
(Apologies for being of no use)
@legepe Thanks for sharing the MP.pdf
it's an interesting piece in the Jigsaw of the DNO
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Charlie_

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Chances are you are going to need a 3 phase connection.

Perhaps you should have blanked out the name Peter Liddle
 

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