Fibre installation

for right-of-ways

Find out how we connect fibre to properties on a shared driveway or private road.

1. Bringing fibre to your property

To connect properties in a shared driveway or private road to our fibre network, we have to do some build work in areas that are shared by multiple residents. We need to notify your neighbours of this planned work and, in some instances, we may need them to give consent before getting started.

You may need consent

Consent process for ROWs

Check out this short video to learn more about the consent process for ROWs.

2. Building fibre from the street

We build fibre from the street along your driveway according to the plan provided with the notice to your neighbours.

Install process for ROWs

Check out this video to learn more about the installation process for ROWs.

3. Getting you connected

When the work in your driveway is complete, we can connect you.

Agree your install plan

Agree your install plan

We'll come to your place and talk you through the best installation method for your home. You'll need to sign a plan agreeing for Chorus to complete this work.

Build your fibre

Build your fibre

We build the fibre from the driveway to a small box on the outside of your house called an external termination point. You don’t need to be home but we’ll need to be able to reach you by phone.

Connect you

Connect you

We then connect the fibre to another small box called the optical network terminal (or ONT) inside your house. You will need to be home for this visit as we’ll be working inside.