I have a BT landline to my mobile home. I'm now building a house next to it, and want to move the landline to the house. It's a timber frame, and I need to put the entry point hole in the frame before fitting the insulation etc, ready for the engineer to put the wiring through later. My question is, does it need to be a certain type of ducting to carry the wiring, does the entry point need to be at a certain height, anything else I should be aware of? It's just for landline and broadband.
I have tried looking on the Openreach website, and tried phoning them, but I end up going round in circles with their overly complicated system.
Thanks in advance for any help.
It's underground. We put the underground ducting in ourselves. It goes right past the house (which is only a couple of metres from the mobile home) so we're hoping that when the time comes for the engineer to relocate the landline we can just dig down to the underground cable and reroute to the house. The cable to the mobile home comes up in ducting for approx 18" then just the cable continues up the caravan and goes through the side of the window. However, I feel like it should go though some lind of ducting into the house as it has to go through 6" of insulation/plasterboard etc. But the underground ducting seems like it might be too large diameter? I don't know if there's any regulations governing this.