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Phone mast concerns

Monday, November 5, 2007

Residents of James Andrew Close, Greenhill, recently raised with Meg Munn a number of concerns regarding a phone mast application that had been submitted to the local authority for the local BT telephone exchange. Meg sent a letter on the 3rd October to the local authority detailing her objections to the planning application.



“Planning Application 07/03766/TEL

Erection of 15 metres high telecommunications monopole


I am writing to strongly object to the planning application for the erection of a telecommunications monopole in the grounds of the British Telecom’s Telephone Exchange on James Andrew Close. 


The plans indicate that this mast will only be 4 metres away from another telecommunications monopole that was granted planning permission last year. The location is also not far away from four other monopoles.  The telephone exchange is in the middle of residential housing and the visual impact will be detrimental to the people who live there. 


Greenhill village is a conservation area and this should be taken into account when considering the appropriateness of the location of phone masts. It is Government policy that companies should share masts rather than always have separate installations.  Given that Greenhill already has many phone masts I do not believe it is reasonable to grant permission for a further mast in this area.”


The planning application was subsequently withdrawn on the 25th October.

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