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Top 10 Proprietor - Number of sites owned in the Land Registry documents are: Kirklees Council - 4,827 Yorkshire Electricity Distribution Plc - 1,603 Calderdale Council - 952 Yorkshire Water - 879 Together Housing Association Ltd - 558 Fairhold (Huddersfield) Ltd (real estate owners, based in London) - 496 Home Group Ltd (housing association) - 416 Fairhold Ltd (real estate owner, based in London) - 414 Yorkshire Housing Ltd (housing association) - 354 Dovetop Ltd (land/property owner) - 330
These include National Grid, Halifax, Northern Electric Distribution, Yorkshire Electricity Distribution and Beacon of York, the purchasing arm of Best Western Hotels and the UK's largest purchasing consortium for the independent hospitality industry.
Delivering electricity to 3.7 million premises in the North-east, Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire through its subsidiaries Northern Electric Distribution Limited and Yorkshire Electricity Distribution Limited, CE Electric has leapt 15 places above last year's number 22 ranking.
Clients include Northern Electric and Yorkshire Electricity Distribution.
A spokesman for the firm said the call centre was being operated by Northern Electric Distribution and Yorkshire Electricity Distribution.
Yorkshire Electricity Distribution staff were called out at teatime to check on the wiring safety in an upstairs room.
A spokesman for Yorkshire Electricity Distribution Ltd (YEDL) said a fault on an overhead line at Hardern Road Farm in Golcar caused power supplies to go off at 3.43pm.
"At first we were told the electricity might be restored at 12.30pm and then 1pm, but we were still off into the early evening.'' A spokesman for Yorkshire Electricity Distribution said: "The problem was reported to us at 9.52am and we realised there was a fault with an underground cable.
"But I also think YEDL (Yorkshire Electricity Distribution) and the contractors are also at fault."
Union Unite said its 1,100 members at CE Electric, which runs Northern Electric Distribution and Yorkshire Electricity Distribution, will continue the action indefinitely until the pay dispute is settled.
A spokeswoman for Yorkshire Electricity Distribution Limited said engineers had worked through the night and all the power was restored by 6.45am.
Now Kirklees Council and Yorkshire Electricity Distribution have acted decisively, removing the danger of the overhead powerlines by burying them instead.
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