BCE Inc. is having more problems with a condominium developer operating in Toronto that it has previously filed complaints about. A letter posted on the CRTC's website this week shows Bell felt it was charged about 60 times what it should have been for access to install network equipment in Plazacorp Urban Residential Communities' York Harbour Club building in Toronto. Bell said it was billed $182,918 on Oct. 1. It said the invoice included charges for conduit construction that is a normal part of building multi-dwelling complexes, costs that had already been recovered by Plazacorp, costs not incurred by the developer before it transferred ownership to the condominium management group, costs for things unrelated to Bell's activity and charges for things not substantiated by itemized invoices. Bell said the amount of the invoice should have been $2,900. It asked for the CRTC's help in ensuring access to the building "at reasonable rates, as the Commission rules require." Bell first complained to the CRTC in September 2013 that it was not being allowed timely access to this building when it was under construction, even as Rogers Communications Inc. was given the chance install its network and gain subscribers among new residents. The CRTC said in February that it would prevent Rogers from offering services at this building if Bell was not given access. In March, Bell claimed that the developer was preventing it from offering TV services in the building. In July, Bell filed a complaint about getting access to another one of Plazacorp's condo buildings in Toronto. Is separate filing appearing on the CRTC's website this week, Bell said it was not being given access "on reasonable terms" to install network equipment in a condominium under construction in Toronto by Edenshaw Developments Ltd. called the Chaz Yorkville.