A organisation of pensioners are in brawl with Virgin Media after a organisation commissioned broadband boxes in front of their homes in East Renfrewshire.
Donald, 88, and Rosemary Ferguson, 82, and their neighbour Betty McGrath, 83, explain a 5ft-tall boxes stop light from entrance by their windows.
The cabinets were put in a travel beside a Barrhead flats in January.
A Virgin Media mouthpiece pronounced scold procedures were followed before to installation.
Mrs Ferguson, who has lived during a residence for 7 years, pronounced they were never sensitive a boxes would be placed directly outward their home.
She said: “This has unequivocally influenced a homes.
“It totally blocks out any light from entrance into a house, and we now have no opinion during all.
‘We were never suggested they were going to be put here, though apparently, that’s given they don’t need formulation accede to put them up.
“We have been fighting this given Jan and have only strike a section wall a whole way.”
The pensioners contacted internal councillor Danny Devlin, who is perfectionist a boxes be relocated.
“Virgin Media are a law unto themselves,” he said.
“They don’t need formulation accede though they would customarily pronounce to a legislature about a designation of these boxes. However, in this case, they didn’t.
However, Virgin Media pronounced a legislature was told before to a cabinets being installed.
A mouthpiece said: “Virgin Media is now expanding a network in a area to move ultrafast broadband speeds to some-more homes and businesses.
“As we do so, we attempt to minimise intrusion and we apologize for any nuisance to residents.”
A orator for East Renfrewshire Council pronounced communication companies, including Virgin Media, do not need formulation accede to implement a boxes.
He said: “Planning accede is not compulsory for these boxes, nonetheless we would design them to be placed in suitable locations that have minimal impact on residents.”
Mr Devlin pronounced a organisation should be done to go by a formulation routine with a council.
“As a gesticulate of common sense, we would design Virgin to take a boxes down and give these pensioners behind a perspective they had before,” he said.