Additional space for Antenna and Other Utility Equipment Sample Clauses

Additional space for Antenna and Other Utility Equipment. If any area in addition to the ‘space’ being licensed is required for installing any equipment related to provision of utilities, such as stand by generators, air-conditioning plants, water storage, Antenna etc and other related equipment, DMRC may provide such space, subject to availability and technical feasibility. For additional space on ground floor, the rate will be calculated on pro rata basis of accepted rates i.e. license fees accepted for the main licensed space. If the space is given on the terrace or basement then license fee of 50% of the main license fee will be taken. The Licensee will need to ensure that the equipment does not interfere with the station installations and the Licensee will need to obtain prior written consent from DMRC for installing the equipment and for requesting DMRC to make available a suitable space/location for the same. DMRC reserves the right of refusal for installation of the equipment if it is of the opinion that the Licensees equipment will interfere with the station installations. If licensee desires to create a mezzanine floor, the same may be permitted subject to technical feasibility and prior approval of the authorised representative of DMRC O&M administration. The license fees for such mezzanine area will be calculated and charged at 50% of the rate for the main area.

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