Tower

by Stephen P
( Texas )

I was wondering how much land do you have to have in order to lease.

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Depends on their need and local zoning
by: Stephen

Most carriers only need a small footprint, up to 50' x 50'. Tower developers will want 100' x 100'. Check your town or county ordinances for the required setbacks if any that will vary depending on tower height. Also is the tower company putting up a free standing lattice tower or monopole, or are they building a guyed-tower with three anchors and needing several acres?

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